Built on two gooseneck trailers, the 380-square-foot Mid-Century Marfa was designed by Austin-based Kim Lewis. The colorful tiny house features a removable deck and screened-in porch with Parasoleil copper panels.
The exterior combines white painted siding with dark wood accent pieces. The two trailers fit together in an L-shape with a breezeway between them, making room for the spacious deck. And with the large sliding glass doors on each trailer, the living space naturally flows between indoors and out.
Inside, the main walls are painted white and the accent wall behind the kitchen is black, which matches the ceiling. White kitchen cabinets and shelving contrast the black wall and the owners found reclaimed dark oak for their flooring. The kitchen island was built on casters and has a fold down table, two burner cooktop, and refrigerator drawer so you can cook and dine outside!
A storage rack makes use of the shed style roof so the owners can store their fishing poles and camping gear. Over one gooseneck is a large walk-in closet with washer/dryer combo.
This tiny house was featured on Season 2, Episode 10 of Tiny House Nation.
Photos by Molly Winters Photography.
Also available from Kim Lewis: Bird’s Nest.
Images © Kim Lewis
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