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6 thoughts on “10×16 Tiny House “Shed” in Vermont”
LOVE this tiny home. That flooring? wood, tile or laminate?
Love the porch add-on, and it looks like the loft has plenty of head room. Take one of these and build the porch all the way around. A vision of mine for a long time now. Nice job, love the stripped bark posts used inside and out!
This is a great adaptation of the farmhouse style. I, also, like the idea of continuing the porch all the way around. However, I would then enclose some of that porch space to create a bathroom. The owners of old farmhouses often added an addition to the side or back when they installed indoor plumbing.
How do I get plans for this tiny home?
I think he drew the plans himself. But he may have gotten them from this site: http://countryplans.com
I don’t have that size here… but I have a larger version as a free plan:
Wonderful design, especially with stairs instead of a ladder. Well done!
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