The rise in popularity of tiny houses stems directly from people’s increased desire to own something of quality, not quantity.
Purchasing a home can be a stressful experience. Many builders and contractors alike have one goal in mind: get the house on the market as cheaply as possible.
Purchasing a handcrafted tiny house is a completely different experience. Builders of tiny homes know that the people buyingtheir products are looking to improve their lives with quality and simplicity. Tiny houses are a labor of love, not a quick way to make money.
The Cascadia Community Builders Cooperative in Montana’s Bitterroot Valley has one goal: to improve quality of life through thoughtful design.
They’ve done just that with the creation of a tiny house called “Hayseed.” This 216-square-foot home is everything a homeowner could want, simplified.
Check out the gorgeous Hayseed tiny house below, and let us know what you think of this unique dwelling in the comments!
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The Hayseed is a 216-square-foot home that was built by the Casacadia Community Builders Cooperative in Montana’s Bitteroot Valley.
The tiny home is equipped with a full kitchen, bath, and sleeping loft.
The builders cooperative has one goal: to improve quality of life through thoughtful design.
As you can see, the Hayseed is a beautiful reflection of their mission.
The Hayseed has everything you could need for simplistic living.
The tiny home has a full kitchen with all the basic amenities.
The space is completely open, leaving its new owners with some room to get creative.
The builders believe the environment they’ve created should reflect and nurture the actual human needs of the spaces provided.
The gambrel roof is a work of art and function.
The sloped shape is reminiscent of an old red barn house.
The shape of the roof also allows for increased living space in the loft area looks like a nice place to lounge around!
“By drastically reducing your square footage, you are left with a space that provides all the essentials for living lightly, yet comfortably, on the land,” the Hayseed Homes website states.
We couldn’t agree more! The beautiful, simple design of the Hayseed is certainly the needle in the haystack of conventional construction.
Interested in learning more about the Hayseed? Check out the builder’s website for information.
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