Whiskey Distiller Inspires Tiny House

Set in the middle of nature, this tiny house is a testament to ambition and innovation, built around a family’s beloved heirloom whiskey still. Crafted with great attention to detail, this tiny house redefines luxury living in a compact space, offering a harmonious blend of functionality and artistic appeal that distinguishes it from traditional buildings.

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A spiral staircase leading to the double deck

The tiny house invites you to discover its unique features as you climb the double deck and the spiral staircase. The upper deck surprises with an old deep tub hidden inside a folding table and offers a tranquil escape with panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. Imagine being drenched in warm water, enjoying a glass of fine whiskey, while the beauty of nature unfolds before your eyes – a moment of pure bliss.

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The accessories and lamps of the house were made by hand.

Inside, the magic continues with hand-cut lighting fixtures that create captivating patterns that add to the warm ambiance of the space. Art and craftsmanship emanate from every corner of this tiny house, creating an atmosphere that wraps you in comfort and elegance.

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The heart of the tiny house lies on a hidden copper-topped table where the family’s favorite whiskey still stands. Featuring a 4K Dwarf wood-burning stove, this centerpiece not only preserves tradition but also keeps the home warm and inviting during the colder seasons.

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Waking up with the view of the king bed upstairs

A bit of mystery awaits as the hidden door behind a painting of the house opens into an open-air tub nestled in perfect harmony with the natural surroundings. Embracing the serenity of nature in ultimate seclusion is an experience that rejuvenates and renews the soul. Upstairs, a king-size bunker awaits you, flanked by his and her porthole windows and a large 1.8m wide openable window at the head. Be greeted with awe-inspiring views each morning as the gentle rays of the sun illuminate the breathtaking scenery outside.

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Sustainability is an indispensable condition for a tiny house

Beyond its charming interior, the tiny house has eco-conscious features that underline its commitment to sustainability. A reclaimed roof from two old structures crowns the tiny house, paying homage to the past while creating a unique architectural statement. Additionally, all plumbing, including faucets, is made of brazed copper, which adds an elegant touch while reducing environmental impact.

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The entire cost of the tiny house is $85,000

The tiny house’s exterior embracing nature is a testament to the beauty of natural materials. Walnut panels embrace the structure, while cedar trim harmoniously brings together a perfect residence that blends seamlessly with its surroundings.

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This tiny masterpiece is more than a tiny house; an artistic marvel, a haven of comfort, and a living proof of dreams floating on the rocks of innovation. Step inside and experience the magic of the tiny house where luxury, tradition, and nature meet in perfect harmony.

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