The Wooly Resistance
This is our most wack-a-do, wonderful little house built for a herbalist living in the mountains of North Carolina. This whimsical, custom tiny home was built as part of Carpenter Owl's DIY program, a program where the owner assists in the build.
12' Long, 8.5' Wide, and 13.5' High
Approximately 6,000 Pounds
The north wall and ceiling are a randomized assortment of Indiana hardwoods.
The bed loft is called "the bed pod" and is made with clear polycarbonate down the sides and over the top.
The entry door is on the third loft to minimize the number of stairs needed inside the home to access the 4 levels.
There is room in the kitchen for a 4k Dwarf brand wood stove.
There is a secret door in the kitchen that allows one to easily load in groceries and firewood.
The living room has a round stained glass window made of Kokomo glass.
The shower was made out of galvanized steel roofing that sheds into a 32" x 32" fiberglass basin. The pipes are all soldered copper with simple valves.
Out client knew she would be using an outhouse and so no composting toilet was added to the structure.
The exterior of the structure is sided in Eastern Juniper (Eastern Cedar) and is trimmed out in Western Cedar.