If it's made out of wood, says the Full Moon Tiny Shelters website, then James Constable, one of the three builders on the premises, can probably build it.
That said, here is one very elegant example of Constable's craftsmanship. This tiny shelter, built with Jennifer Constable and Dawn Higgins, is simple, but sophisticated, small but not cramped. The home is called Harmony House. And while it has an old-time feel to it, it also has some very modern features, stunning woodwork and a lot of fun, creative touches.
Let's take a look at what the three builders came up with:
Check out this amazing ceiling with three different patterns and textures to it. The builder, who spent years living on boats, also knows that anything you sit on can serve as a storage bin.
This tube-shaped wood stove is more upright than wide, making it a nice space-saver. It should be noted that this home was build as a fully winterized, four-season shelter, capable of keeping its owners warm and secure through the winter.
The kitchen shows that simple can be synonymous with elegant.
You don't see this every day: A three-burner stove.
Did they name this the Harmony House because of the musical instruments, or did that just happen to fall into place that way?
This bathroom is huge for a tiny house ... and very chic, as well.
The bathroom from a different angle.
Stretch and snooze right here. The window affords an expansive view of the surroundings, which makes the bedroom feel larger than it really is.
Not convinced all this elegance fits into a tiny house? This gem was built on a 20-foot trailer with a 3-foot extension. That's packing a lot of home in a tiny space.