This tiny dwelling packs a bouldering wall, a roll-up storage door and a full-sized soaking tub into simply 250 sq. toes.

There’s no have to park within the mountains when the mountain climbing is correct at your step. 

A minimum of that’s what the staff at Tiny Heirloom figured once they got down to design a tiny dwelling for an intrepid couple seeking to take journey on the street.

The Portland, OR-based firm mixed two of the issues its shoppers loved most — health and being exterior — right into a 250-square-foot, custom-built dwelling, stated Jason Francis, artistic director and co-founder at Tiny Heirloom.

The concept for a tiny dwelling with a bouldering wall got here from natural brainstorming, Francis stated.

“The rock wall actually began as a long-shot thought, however the extra we thought of it, the extra excited we acquired,” Francis stated. “So we discovered a method to make it occur!”

“We’ve constructed many {custom} houses,” Francis added, “however this was positively one in every of our most original.”

His staff added some wealthy design components, together with a roll-up garage-style glass door, to carry the outside inside. The couple intends to make use of the place as their main residence.

The house price about $145,000, however $35,000 of that went to constructing the {custom} climbing wall.

The house is 24 toes lengthy and 13 toes tall, offering loads of room for outside climbing. The bouldering wall is on one aspect of the house, and the handholds will be reconfigured to vary up the climbing route.

One aspect has a conventional entryway, whereas the opposite has the roll-up door to offer expansive views of wherever the house is parked.

The residing area accommodates two lofts: one with an workplace and the opposite with a bed room. Designers hung a chandelier made from Edison bulbs between the 2.

The kitchen incorporates a farmhouse sink and full-sized oven. The cupboards are a wealthy blue coloration with brass accents. There are two open cabinets above the counter tops.

The house additionally accommodates a eating area with bench-style seating that doubles as storage.

An arched blue-tile doorway results in the toilet, which has a full-sized soaking tub, white subway tiles and a rainfall showerhead.

After finishing the tiny dwelling and sharing it on social media, Francis stated they’ve had quite a few inquiries about constructing comparable areas for shoppers.

“Concepts have unfold from it fairly a bit, however nobody else has purchased the very same factor,” Francis stated. “We now have had a shopper request a rock wall system in the home as a manner as much as the lofts for his two younger boys.”

Photographs courtesy of Tiny Heirloom.


Initially revealed March 2018


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