Step through this stunning Dutch door to take a peek inside this tiny home

Wind River Tiny Homes is a Tennessee-based company that has been building houses since 2014. The company prides itself in creating homes that are not only custom made but are also of the utmost high quality.
The Mayflower is a testament to the company’s principles. This model got its name from the original English ship that sailed to New England in the 1600s. Just like the ship that transported and protected its passengers, this home was built to ensure that its occupants would have a safe and long-lasting home.
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The exterior of this home is made from LP SmartSide lap siding. The stained cedar trim has stainless steel fasteners. A Dutch door welcomes family and friends inside while a pair of copper light fixtures with warm lighting illuminate the entrance at night.
The white walls inside the house contrast with the prefinished hardwood floor. The custom-built couch tucked below a wide window against the wall pulls out and can be used as a bed at night. The living room flows right into the kitchen.
Meal preparation is an effortless task on the butcher block countertops. The French casement window right above the large farmhouse sink allows sunshine to come in during the day. The open shelving can store a plethora of items while the light blue sea glass subway tiles used for the backsplash give vibrancy to the space. The folding table becomes a dining area during mealtimes.
This area of the house features the stairs, which lead up to the master loft. A combination washer/dryer was placed right underneath the stairs to maximize the space.​
One of the unique features of this home is the custom made lily pad welded stairs that lead to the guest loft. The design is minimalist, yet it is one of the details that stands out in this home.
This tiny home impressively contains two lofts, a guest loft and a master loft, with one at each end. Both sleeping areas include pull-out curtains for privacy. A simple rotary fan hangs from the tongue and groove ceiling as well as minimalist lighting fixtures. The wide glass windows of the clerestory allow daylight to filter in.
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The bathroom features built-in shelves, a wall-mounted sink and vanity as well as a composting toilet from Nature’s Head. The gray-tiled flooring adds elegance while a custom made sliding barn door ensures all the privacy that you need in this space.

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