Everything about this rustic tiny cabin building is amazing from it's exterior to its interior and its panoramic views. The rustic tiny cabin building is located in Boulder Creek, California, United States and can accommodate up to 4 guests with 2 bedrooms, 2 beds, and one bathroom. The Escher tiny house design is a unique tiny home that has been handcrafted down every inch to serve as a source of daily inspiration to anyone who visits. You'll love every bit of the tiny house character with wood finishes, a barbecue deck, a garage-style door, and a beautiful master bedroom where guests can stargaze from the comfort of the luxury mattress. WATCH HOME & LIFESTYLES STREAMING TV During your vacation stay, you can unwind with a steam shower or detox with a forest bath, as the tiny home design has access to a mountain ridge and a private hiking trail. At the summit, you'll discover tremendous views of the surrounding valley and a perfect place to watch the morning sunrise.
The property is close to the Big Basin State Park and just 8 minutes from the center of Boulder Creek, where you'll find shops, eateries, and organic markets. You can also take day trips to Santa Cruz beach or San Francisco, and there is even a classic steam train that you can take directly to the Boardwalk. There are also several swimming holes along the San Lorenzo River. The distance from the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport is about 54 minutes by car without traffic.
There is so much to love about this amazing tiny house vacation rental. The exterior of this tiny house design uses different finishes with wood and metal for a look with plenty of character. GET MORE HOME & LIFESTYLES INSPIRATION The natural wood with the Shou Sugi Ban, along with the black metal siding is a great look. The interior of the tiny house design combines several looks for an eclectic style with a farmhouse sink, modern appliances, reclaimed wood and painted shiplap for a fun and unique style. The full kitchen has a convection oven, Expresso machine, hand-forged black steel pans, dishwasher, and Wolf range. One of the bedrooms has a king-sized bed, Loom, and Leaf with Brooklinen sheets, and the other has a single bed with children's toys. The full-sized bathroom has a Nebia steam shower, with an eco waterless toilet. The dining room has mountain views and air conditioning, and there is a second outdoor dining room with a large dining table and plenty of seating. You really have to take a look at this stunning tiny house design it is sure to inspire y ou and change the way you think about small house living.
When it comes to small house living one thing that is certain and that is you'll need to get rid of the amount of stuff you have. The amount of stuff that you will have to get rid of will largely depend on your home design. You might have a large walk-in closet and lots of storage space, so if that is the case you will probably have to get rid of quite a bit of stuff, through recycling, donating, possibly storage and more. If you add storage space, then you could avoid downsizing altogether some of your stuff and have plenty of storage space, although this will cost you additional money.