We continue to discover for you. Our tiny house on today’s tour is from Hardwick, Vermont, USA.
Our project today is a magnificent tree house where you can be alone in nature away from the hustle and bustle of life.
With the lighting on the deck of the tree house, you can enjoy the nature in a romantic environment and listen to the sound of the beautiful stream a few meters away.
The design of the house was made using local materials in accordance with the natural conditions. The roof of the house is designed with a slope to suit harsh winter conditions.
A modern design is provided by using dark windows with wooden coating on the outside. In the entrance part of the house, integrity is achieved by using wooden coating and dark color.
In addition, the wood pieces placed on the dark colored wall in the living area add a different atmosphere to the house. Refresh by reading a book by the stove in the living area.
Lighting used throughout the house has added a romantic atmosphere to the house. The lighting preferred in the living area is the most striking.
The colorful tiles used in the kitchen on the ground floor and the green door used to exit to the deck provide a warm environment. The house has a fully equipped kitchen.
There is an extremely large bed on the upper floor. Make a good start to the day by opening the windows on the sides of the bed in the morning and waking up to the sound of birds.
There is a sitting area, hammock and campfire area at the bottom of the house. In addition, there are many alternatives where you can have a pleasant time outside of the home. You can walk in the forest, visit the breweries nearby, and ski.
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