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Today we will show you tiny house from USA.
Elsa is a 323-square-foot tiny house complete with a pergola-covered porch, a swing, and a greenhouse that’s sure to make plant lovers swoon.
Mary Susan Hanson, Randy Hanson, and their daughter Melodie Aho launched Olive Nest Tiny Homes because “we love the idea of simplifying life,” says Aho. In 2017, Randy developed a piece of property in Greer, South Carolina, that became a tiny home community. Shortly after the development was completed, Aho suggested to her parents that the three of them design and build their first tiny home. “We’re a small company and we do about one house a year,” she says. “We sell only what’s already built, and we think of each design as a piece of art that you can live in.”
Elsa, the company’s latest home, comprises 323 square feet of living space on wheels. Randy added another 85 square feet of exterior space by attaching a smaller trailer—which he outfitted with a swing beneath a pergola and a greenhouse—that expands the home and ties it to nature and the outdoors. “We wanted to soften the look and the experience and extend the living space with something useful,” Aho says.
Elsa is clad with standing-seam metal and cedar shiplap and features an attached greenhouse and porch with a pergola and a swing.
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