Here at LittleThings we’ve seen our fair share of tiny houses that break the mold.
These out-of-the-ordinary dwellings have run the gamut from tiny homes made from school buses to one shell-shaped house that made any inhabitant feel like a human crab for a day.
But what truly makes a distinctive-looking tiny house truly extraordinary is when it also has unique design features.
Case in point, take a gander at this design by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses called “The Pequod Tiny House.” This house is the company’s “most elegant and complex build to date,” according to their site, and it was built for a family of four that currently resides in Indiana.
The company claims that this interesting mobile home was “very challenging and time consuming to execute“ but “a build such as this is the best of the best,” and once you step inside and fully gauge the fruits of their labor, your understand why…
This tiny house is approximately 208 square feet...and weighs 11,500 pounds!
According to the designers, “The wavy shape of the roof is a function of maximizing heights in the lofts, lowering ceiling heights elsewhere, and aiming for a ‘whimsical’ design aesthetic.”
The inside is pretty stunning with a clean, modern appeal.
The space seems tight, but there are lots of innovative design features, like stairs that double as storage shelves.
The kitchen features modern appliances and lots of cool details as well, like a sink that can be covered by the same wood as the countertop to expand counter space.
There’s also a pullout pantry hidden next to the refrigerator.
Right next to the pantry is another one of the home’s exciting features.
What seems like an ordinary cabinet is actually a smartly designed piece of furniture.
A table that can seat two or four can seamlessly appear.
It can also be tucked away when you want more space in the living area.
There is also a full, and sunny, bathroom.
The bedroom loft is also pretty interesting.
The stairs lead to a welded steel catwalk with Plexi-glass flooring, and walking to the loft almost feels like you’re walking on thin air.
The loft can fit a king-size bed.
The home also includes a wrap-around fold down deck, perfect for enjoying summer days — and barbecues — outside.
Please SHARE if you thought this was an impressive tiny house!