Take a photo tour of Tipsy, the rustic tiny house
Updated January 25, 2019 12:00 AM By Matt Langan
According to Koontz, "We are extremely passionate about great design, not just making a room. Design has endless possibilities and we strive for nothing less than perfection." The company's passion and commitment to perfection shows in this well-designed and constructed tiny home snapped by photographer Jesse Young.
Similarly to most newly-constructed American tiny homes, Tipsy is built on a trailer, making it very easy for its owners to relocate if desired. But we don't expect this will happen any time soon. It's currently stationed just a short drive from downtown Seattle, one of the tiny house hotbeds.
If you're drawn toward a rustic design style, you're in for a treat. The home is cladded in reclaimed wood and sports a metal roof - great for listening to the rain (a familiar guest for those living in Washington state).
Other highlights include an electric fireplace, a queen bed, a surround sound stereo, a smart TV, two large skylights, a bathroom with a full-enclosed shower, a kitchen with an induction stove, and a secluded outdoor space.
Would it be a dream to live in a place like this? Well, good news: you can do the next best thing by booking it for a weekend on Airbnb...
See the Tipsy Tiny House on Airbnb