Greg Parham is the founder of Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses and this latest offering is simply sublime. This tiny house in San Juan tiny home is off-grid and powered by solar. Better still, it’s made almost entirely out of reclaimed wood.
The eye-catching roofline adds a touch of whimsy. The reclaimed barnboard siding is arranged to look like the sun’s rays to add to the fluidity of the building. The large circular window adds an interesting design element.
The deck is topped with an awning holding two 360 Watt solar panels. The awning and the deck fold down against the exterior wall so the tiny house can be easily moved.
The inside of the home is equally interesting. Large windows provide wonderful natural light and views. The fully-equipped kitchen has a sliding table that can be used for food preparation, as a dining table or work space.
The bathroom has a hand-laid penny floor and a bathtub and a wood-burning stove keeps the home warm through the winter.
The tiny house has a loft, but Parham made an “elevator bed” which lowers on a pulley system and can be raised to the ceiling to provide living space.