Located in the mountains of Colorado is the beautiful, laid-back town of Boulder, the perfect place to nestle into the eco-friendly tiny home of your dreams. Like this ‘Stone Cottage’ by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes.
The Stone Cottage is a custom-built home full of incredible details and tons of character. It’s also mobile and can be moved for a change of scenery.
The 24-foot tiny home-on-wheels transforms into what looks like a permanent dwelling when it has been stationed on land. Pull-down skirting hides the tires and makes it appear as if it is placed on a foundation.
Faux stone and real wood siding give the tiny home a beautiful mountain cabin feel. SimBLISSity did a wonderful job of mixing ‘rustic’ with ‘zen’ – the trailer hitch, when stationed, is hidden by a stunning Buddha sculpture.
Inside, the home features tall, vaulted ceilings and gorgeous acacia flooring.
The 250-square-foot open floor plan flows from the seating area, into the kitchen and dining room, and back to the bathroom. Up above is the cozy sleeping loft accessed by a unique custom-built staircase.
The U-shaped seating area is the perfect place to relax or catch up with friends.
A wraparound sofa is surrounded by windows, allowing guests to gaze out at the surrounding nature and wildlife. The faux stone covers the main wall in the seating area with two simple sconces on either side, providing a soft, warm light in the evening.
A propane fireplace sits near the sofa, providing a great focal point, as well as warmth for the cottage.
SimBLISSity makes sure to design their tiny homes for four-season living, so an efficient, yet beautiful, heating source was needed. This propane fireplace with ‘brick’ and iron hearth was the perfect choice.
Continuing into the next room of the home, you’ll reach the simple and elegant kitchen.
The kitchen boasts lots of counter space and storage, a sink, and a two-burner stove. There is a pantry and more storage in the homes mini ‘hallway.’
Large windows can be found on either side of the cottage, letting in an abundance of natural light and allowing the owner and guests to watch the deer grazing in the yard. The perfect setting for cooking up a nice meal.
Also in the kitchen is the Stone Cottage’s dining nook.
The best part of this custom-made dining table is that it sits two people comfortably when folded in, but can be expanded to fit up to six people. How amazing and clever is that?
Located in the rear of the cottage is the beautifully designed bathroom.
The bathroom boasts a stand-up shower with stone wall. There is also a vanity with an absolutely gorgeous glass sink, and equally beautiful mirror and light fixtures. Opposite the sink and shower is the Stone Cottage’s toilet.
Head back out to the main living space and admire the home’s alternating tread stairway.
The space-saving staircase leads you up to the surprisingly spacious sleeping loft.
The sleeping loft boasts 50-inch ceilings and a queen-size bed.
In addition to the impressive amount of space in the sleeping loft, it’s hard not to admire the carpeting, built-in shelving, and large windows that wrap around the entire room. You’d never want to get out of bed!
Could you picture yourself living in the Stone Cottage? Visit SimBLISSity’s website to tour some of their other incredible tiny home designs.
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Source: Smaller Living