The Curved 260 Micro Home offers a unique design with its curved roofline. The 260-square-foot tiny house was built by British Columbia, Canada-based Structural Spaces.
The exterior of the 32-foot tiny house includes cedar shingle siding with stained cedar trim, facia, and soffit. Inside, Structural Spaces used 3/4″ hardwood fir flooring, fir posts and beams, and salvaged knotty cedar for the curved ceiling.
The kitchen features custom maple plywood cabinets, composite stone counter, four burner propane cooktop, and a refrigerator. Behind the kitchen is a large storage staircase with pull-out cupboards.
The Curved 260 is heated using a wood stove and electric baseboard heating. It is also wired and plumbed for on- or off-grid use.
In the bathroom you’ll find a low flush porcelain toilet, shower with dual shower heads, sink, storage, and ceiling fan.
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