We continue to discover for you. Our tiny house on today’s tour is from Willow, New York, USA.
The Willow Treehouse is located in the heart of gorgeous nature, right next to a small swimming pond, 15 minutes from the town of Woodstok. The definition of hidden paradise can be used for this tiny house. By the way, each area is private and contains privacy. It is a perfect choice for getting rid of the hustle and bustle of the city, having a pleasant time or a romantic getaway.
The house was designed by Antony Gibbon and built by William Johnson. Geometric design draws attention throughout the house. In addition to the use of wide glass from floor to ceiling in the house, windows are also used in the roof part to benefit from natural light. It has a different depth in every area with its different roof structures.
As the name suggests, the use of wood in the interior and winter parts of the house attracts attention.
The use of wood has added a different atmosphere to the house as well as its harmony with nature. The design of the house is extremely different. It is built on metal legs raised from the ground.
In this way, you can enjoy the magnificent lake view from the veranda at the bottom of the house.
There is an extremely large sitting area at the bottom. In the living area, a gray comfortable armchair and a rustic stove are used to warm up in accordance with the wood texture of the house. The kitchen located downstairs has a very large island counter, stovetop, sink, refrigerator and oven. You can access the bedroom in the attic of the house using the wooden stairs. An extremely large bed awaits you in the attic. You can also enjoy the view from the windows on the sides of the bed and on the ceiling, sip your coffee and read a book.
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