North Sister is the debut tiny house from family owned and operated Wood Iron Tiny Homes, based in Sisters, Oregon. The tiny house does a wonderful job showcasing the family’s superb craftsmanship and three decades of construction experience.
The North Sister’s rustic modern exterior mixes cedar shingles, Breckenridge panels, and two-tone corrugated metal for a unique look with low maintenance. A 5×10 cedar porch with large fold-down awning provides a great spot to enjoy the outdoors.
Full glass Douglas Fir french doors lead into the luxurious interior where you’ll find a bright living space with birch plywood walls and ceiling, and western birch hardwood flooring. In the living room is a leatherette chaise lounge that coverts into a queen size bed, an electric fireplace, live edge pine shelving, and a large wood ceiling fan.
The European-inspired kitchen is equipped with stainless steel appliances imported direct from Italy, granite countertop with natural edge, blue pine bar top, walnut/leather bar stools, and a farmhouse apron porcelain sink from Sweden.
The queen size bedroom loft is complete with a skylight/starlight window with dark shade, cube storage, and — something you don’t see on most tiny houses — an egress window with ladder in case of emergency.
A back entry leads directly into the washroom, allowing you to enter and get washed up without tracking mud throughout the house. A multipurpose wash basin, exposed copper pipes, and stone cut flooring give the washroom a European influence as well.
For more information about the North Sister, including pictures and details about the construction process, you can visit the Wood Iron Tiny Homes website.
Also available from Wood Iron Tiny Homes: McKenzie.
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