Today I would like to show you a cozy tiny house located by Mustard Seed Tiny Homes.
If you’ve been looking for a tiny house which provides a lots of livable space, this tiny house is sure to amaze you.
The mastermind behind the creation of Mustard Seed Tiny Homes is Haley Gooch and Clint. They both were part of some global mission work, leading mostly a backpacker’s life.
They met each other in 2010 and settled down in greater Atlanta, Georgia. Clint with his immense experience in carpentry used his skills to create upscale tiny homes.
On the other hand, the company’s marketing efforts were taken care of by Haley.
The initial tiny house construction of Mustard Seed is ‘The Sprout’. This 275 sq. ft. home was constructed on a custom-built 24’ trailer.
For its construction were used cedar shingles, white trim and pine siding having grey paints. Its white interiors and French doors offer a spacious look.
The walls used behind the bedroom loft and bathroom sink are of stained wood. They provide the warmth of color.
In-built side tables and a queen-sized bed can be easily accommodated in the large spacious bedroom.
The kitchen boasts of having sufficient cabinet space, floating shelves, refrigerator and freestanding range.
Steve Bell, the proprietor of Bell Woodworking is credited with the construction of custom storage cabinets and a staircase.
For more information about this tiny house visit Mustard Seed Tiny Homes website.
Sienna is a contributor and author at FindTinyHouse.com. She promotes the preservation of wild places worldwide. Sienna travels around the world to capture stories that inspire people to consider their relationship with Nature.