Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Bird’s Nest by Kim Lewis

Built for wildlife educators and bird trainers Simon and Lindsey McNeny, the Bird’s Nest was constructed using reclaimed windows, wood, and metal. The tiny house totals 192-square-feet and was designed by Kim Lewis in Austin, Texas and built by Canyon Creek Builder.

The home’s exterior was partially covered in reclaimed wood pieces in a random pattern, like how a bird would build a nest. A beautiful arch top entry door is located at the end of the gooseneck trailer.

For the sofa cushion, they used discontinued fabric swatches and sewed them together. Metal ceiling tiles in the living room and faux panel brick walls in the kitchen and bathroom add a unique touch. The kitchen includes a full size freestanding range and refrigerator. Above the kitchen is the bedroom loft, which has two skylights.

The Bird’s Nest was featured on Season 2, Episode 6 of Tiny House Nation. The homeowners co-founded Window to the Wild, a wildlife conservation non-profit.

Also available from Kim Lewis: Mid-Century Marfa.

Gooseneck Tiny Home - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Tiny Home Interior - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Kitchen & Stairs - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Reclaimed Flooring - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Faux Brick Walls - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Brick Wall & Shelving - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Reclaimed Stool - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Entryway - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Unique Sofa Cushion - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Arch Top Door - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Kitchen & Loft - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Window Wall - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Storage Stairs - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Door Detail - Bird's Nest by Kim Lewis

Images © Kim Lewis

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