As the first tiny house built by Humble + Handcraft, the 20-foot Proto 1.0 set a high standard with its stained glass windows, handmade copper lanterns, and salvaged walnut flooring. Ryan O’Donnell, the owner of Humble + Handcraft, also used reclaimed old growth redwood and fallen cedar to make this a more sustainable tiny house.
The exterior is wrapped in redwood board-and-batten siding and the fencing is hand-split grape stakes from nearby Oxnard, California.
The interior paneling is a collection of various types of old growth wood including redwood, cedar, and pine with all natural finish. The wall insulation is sheep wool and the roof uses 2-inch rigid foam insulation.
The kitchen features custom made manzanita cabinet door pulls and a cedar slab for the countertop and shelving. The cedar slab was salvaged from a fallen tree in Ojai’s Libbey Park and the tile is locally handmade by RTK Studios.
You can view more details on Ryan O’Donnell’s website, Humble + Handcraft.
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