Tori, a shellfish biologist, has designed and built her own tiny home without any prior experience.
Inspired by modern farmhouses and Joanna Gaines of the HGTV show ‘Fixer Upper’, Tori created a 24 foot long tiny house with a white exterior, and it cost her $30,000 and took 1.5 years to complete.
Inside, there’s a small living room with a sofa that has storage and a pull-out guest bed.
Between the living room and the kitchen is a wood desk, which also doubles as a dining table.
In the kitchen, there’s deep blue kitchen cabinets that are topped with a grey countertop, undermount sink, and stovetop. Wood shelves have been mounted to the wall with metal supports, adding to the modern farmhouse style.
At the end of the tiny home is the bathroom, where there’s a toilet, vanity area, and a shower. White subway tiles cover the shower walls, while black and white patterned tiles cover the floor of the bathroom.
Opposite the kitchen is the laundry area that has a wood countertop and shelves on the wall. Next to the washing machine is a dresser used for storing clothes.
Stairs that lead up to the loft bed also provide storage underneath for coats and shoes.
The loft bed upstairs is large enough for two, while corrugated metal has been used to line the ceiling, and windows make it feel more spacious and bright.
To learn more about the tiny home and to see an interview with Tori, watch the following video by Youtube channel Tiny House Expedition.