We continue to discover for you. Our tiny house on today’s tour is from Olympic Peninsula, Washington, USA.
Our project today is a unique 350-square-foot wide cabin. The cabin was built elevated above the view overlooking the Sol Duc River in a temperate rain forest.
Cabin is designed and built to withstand harsh natural conditions. This tiny house is completely sealed in mild steel and structurally insulated panels. In this way, there is no need to worry about the house even when the owners are not at home. In addition to its simple and modern style, the wooden texture draws attention in the interior design of the cabin. You can enjoy the magnificent view with the wide windows at the front of the house that make the house bright.
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