After 17 years of working as a traditional homebuilder, Bryan Booth created Harmony Tiny Homes and began building tiny houses on wheels.
His 270-square-foot Youngstown model is 24′ long with a main floor queen sized bed, a king sized loft, and a storage loft. In the kitchen you’ll find the home’s namesake: a vintage 1940s era steel Youngstown by Mullins kitchen sink and base that has been completely restored. The kitchen also includes an apartment sized refrigerator and a 20″ propane range with a 4 burner cooktop.
The exterior of the tiny house is sheathed in cedar lap siding and has a 40 year galvalume metal roof.
Harmony Tiny Homes is based in Oxford, Alabama.
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