Wait Until You See Inside This Awesome Little Tiny House!
Categories: Tiny House
Isabella Legosi Mori The kitchen has a double sink so that Mori can use one for dishes and one for brushing her teeth.
Isabella Legosi Mori There's more storage above the kitchen.
While some tiny houses opt for full appliances, Mori found that a toaster oven and portable induction burner were fine for her needs. They stay in the cabinets under the counter when not in use, which frees up space.
Isabella Legosi Mori Ditto for the half-sized fridge.
The kitchen has plenty of storage for dishes and, of course, a thematic statue. (And how cute is that teapot?)
Unlike a lot of tiny homes that feature the bed on a loft, Thousand Crow has a pull-out queen-sized mattress that's stored under the mezzanine level during the day. Mori decided that the low headroom of a loft bed and the reduced ceiling height on the lower level made her uncomfortable, so she came up with this solution.
Isabella Legosi Mori Living with two cats posed a unique challenge as well, particularly when it came to the litter box. Mori used a computer fan to suck the air (and the smell) through a vent, which sends it outside. It's operated with a switch.
Isabella Legosi Mori The bathroom has a shower stall and a toilet facing each other. By using the sink in the kitchen instead of installing another in the bathroom, Mori could maximize the space.
Since Thousand Crow is on wheels, it can be taken anywhere. For now, though, Mori is living in an R.V. park and enjoying her little home. She says it's a great alternative to the financial burden that can come with a traditional home, as well as to the physical upkeep of a larger house. The new systems — like the composting toilet and tankless propane water heater — took some getting used to, but she says it's totally worth it.
You can see the journey to making Thousand Crow a reality on Mori's blog, which is full of even more great pictures and stories.