Step inside the Triton tiny house and be prepared to be amazed

Living in a tiny house is a trend that has been gaining popularity in the past couple of years. Since 2014, Tennessee based company Wind River Tiny Homes has been helping its customers realize their dreams of having their own tiny home. Their website states, "Building high-quality, custom tiny house is the core of what we do."
One of their models, The Triton, is proof of the quality of craftsmanship that goes into the houses that the company builds. The 26 foot home boasts several unique features such as an office space, a walk-in closet and a spacious loft. The company can also tweak the home to accommodate the customer's specific needs.
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The striking blue door gives that pop of color to the predominantly gray exterior of this home. Several windows are distributed throughout the front and back of the house while a storage box can is installed over the hitch.
The living room area features a medium sized gray couch. Directly across it are the stairs that lead to the loft. It contains open cubbies which provide plenty of storage space. The hardwood flooring exudes a polished sheen while the tongue and groove effect on the ceiling with a small rotary fan lends a touch of style to the small space.
You can get a lot of work done on this live edge cedar desk. The built-in shelves on both sides of the office space can hold an assortment of items such as books and picture frames. The window right above the desk lets you see what’s going on outside without needing to step out of the home.
A stainless steel regular-sized refrigerator occupies one corner of this tiny kitchen. The two-burner gas cooktop makes cooking meals quick and easy. Plates, bowls and drinking glasses are easily within reach from the custom welded shelves. The countertop is made of sleek stainless steel while the backsplash is made with classic white subway tiles.
The loft serves as the bedroom. A single window on one side of the bed allows light to come in during the day. The low white ceiling has a calming and soothing effect on the cozy space.
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Whether you prefer to take a quick bath in the morning or the evening, this all-white shower stall with stainless steel fixtures is sufficient for your needs. The white vanity, as well as the white framed mirror above it, complements the simple elegance of the shower.

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