Wind River Tiny Homes built the Lupine for a couple in Virginia who own about 100 acres. The resting place for the Lupine will include a bluff view and off-grid hookups. As of 3/27/2019 the owners are still working on the final setup. One side wall of the Lupine features a no-light door and just one window. This plain façade was intentional. When you walk into the front door entrance you are faced with the window wall and sliding glass doors on the opposite side that will showcase a view of the Shenandoah Valley.
Many gooseneck tiny homes built out enclosed space over the area near the gooseneck, in this case over the kitchen. Instead we did the custom open shelving and left that wall open to make the whole space feel more airy.
This home features:
- Sliding glass doors
- LP SmartSide siding, painted “Black Fox” by Sherwin Williams
- Tuff-Rib metal roofing
- LG high efficiency appliances
- Waterfall butcher block counter top and subway tile backsplash in the kitchen
- Propane hot water heater and range/oven
- Pre-finished hardwood floors
- Locally milled tongue and groove interior walls and ceiling
- Other millwork includes the built-in storage bed platform, built-in shelving, custom bath vanity,
- storage stairs, and second storage loft with stowable ladder
- The Grizzly Cubic Mini wood stove is meant to be an energy efficient secondary heating source
- The skylight is by Velux and has a solar powered darkening shade
- River rock sink basin in the bathroom
- Black fiberglass shower pan with teakwood panel
- Pax Norte energy efficient smart vent fan in the bathroom
- Custom fabricated copper outdoor shower by Wind River Tiny Homes
Photos by @forseyfilms
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