Say what you will, but tiny houses are fun! And the Colorado-based Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses firm makes some of the most unique ones in the world. They completed this barn-like tiny home for a client who recently retired and wanted a cozy, functional and affordable home. Itâ€™s called the Bitterroot Valley tiny house and was built using recycled and reclaimed materials. Itâ€™s also equipped with several sustainable features and technologies, and can function completely off-the-grid.
This tiny home was named after the unique barns found in Montanaâ€™s Bitterroot Valley. It was built out of SIPs and rests atop a 20 ft (6 m)-long trailer, so it can be hauled around. The home was clad using leftover materials from the firmâ€™s other projects, such as rough-cut lap cedar, rusty reclaimed corrugated metal, and cedar shakes. […]