Whimsical Tiny House For Four Contains Loft Bedrooms Connected By Glass Catwalk

Colorado-based designer and tiny house builder Greg Parham of Rocky Mountain Homes is behind this quirky, Indiana-based tiny house named ‘Pequod’—inspired by the whaling ship from Moby Dick.

Spanning 26-feet long, eight-and-a-half-feet wide and 13-and-a-half-feet tall, the ‘Pequod’ contains two loft bedrooms connected via a Plexiglas catwalk, a dining or seating area with mobile furniture that can be neatly tucked away when not in use, and a delightful mini garden next to the bathroom window that lets in natural light.

Check out photos of the tiny home below and head over here to discover more about this residence.

Other tiny homes previously featured include this self-constructed 275-square-foot residence, this tiny home transformed into a castle, and this 13-square-meter microapartment.

[via TreeHugger, images by Crystal Zull Photography via Rocky Mountain Homes]

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