The Cozy Rosie
This saltbox style tiny home was built to be a very simple, compact space for one person to live comfortably.
12' Long, 8.5' Wide, and 13.5' High
Approximately 6,000 Pounds
The home has a passive solar orientation.
The roof has clear, north facing skylight sheets the run the width of the home.
To save cost the home was build over the trailer rails and uses the space between the wheel wells for storage.
The kitchen counter hides a mini fridge and a 20 gallon electric hot water heater.
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.
The bed loft is big enough for a queen size mattress and has a sky light the runs its entire length. There is a second, smaller loft located oposite from the lofted bed.
The exterior is sided in Easter Cedar with Western Cedar trim.
The staircase features seven hardwoods native to Indiana; poplar, hickory, walnut, maple, cherry, red and white oak.
The curved ceiling is an array of the same native Indiana hardwoods featured in the staircase.