Red Door Tiny Home

Pictured here is Josh Percival’s Craftsman Tiny House tiny home. He’s been building it part time for himself for the past three years. He started when he was 18. He’s 21 now and launching a tiny house company called Red Door Tiny Homes.

His house is 21 feet long with 18 feet of interior space and a 3 foot porch. It’s finished in wood inside and out – 8″ bevel cedar siding on the exterior and pine tongue and groove on the interior.

He used spray foam insulation for the cold Canadian winters, and 13 windows to let in lots of light. In the kitchen he used custom built maple cabinets. In the bathroom there’s a 32″x32″ shower and composting toilet. The loft has lots of headroom thanks to the two large shed dormers.

Josh will have his home complete very soon, as you can see. There are just a few details left to finish. To learn more about his house visit Red Door Tiny Homes website. Video and screen captures via Exploring Alternatives.

5 thoughts on “Red Door Tiny Home”

  1. You do beautiful work and I would love to have one. What city in Canada are you in?

  2. Chilliwack BC to host tiny homes jamboree this fall.

    Visit the tiny home village, great food, great music, great building ideas. Meet Canadas best tiny home companies take in the free seminars. Order your tiny home at the event and get living your dreams.

    We hope you can join us. Its gona be sooooo much fun


  3. Ruth Vallejos

    Nicely done! It has a fresh, open feeling. Not sure how you are handling the access to the bed loft, but I’m sure it will be good. I really like the stains you’ve used both inside and out. They complement the grain and knots without covering them up. A semi-transparent?

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