The Denali is a gorgeous tiny house built by Timbercraft Tiny Homes. Constructed on a gooseneck trailer, the total length of the Denali is a whopping 37 feet, giving the home just over 350 square feet of living space. It’s larger than many tiny homes and perhaps not quite as easy to move, but find a spot to park this beauty it’ll be the envy of everyone around.
Take a look inside and you’ll see why I’m a fan of Timbercraft Tiny Homes. Every last detail is purposefully placed to maximize beauty and functionality. In the kitchen you’ll find shaker style cabinets, a stove with oven, refrigerator with freezer, and plenty of countertop space. There are two breakfast bars in the kitchen area for dining.
There are many storage areas throughout the home – under the cabinets, in the stairs, and even a small storage area in the loft. The dark timber frame beams complement the beautiful wood doors and trim throughout the house.
The bathroom vanity is made from the same dark wood. Beside a toilet and tiled shower and bathtub, you’ll find a combo washer and dryer in the bathroom. Below that, a drawer pulls out to reveal pet dishes – a clever way to keep them out of the way!
The 11 foot ceilings and abundance of windows give this tiny house an open, roomy feel. If it’s possible to make a tiny house not seem tiny, I think Timbercraft has accomplished just that.
Up the stairs, the bedroom, which sits in the loft over the gooseneck, has a clothes closet and queen sized bed built in. There are storage drawers under the bed as well. Unlike most tiny houses, the loft bedroom is a full height room.
Here’s something you don’t see often on tiny houses – an outdoor shower! This is a great feature if you live near the beach and want to wash the sand off yourself before entering the home, or just as a way to keep cool on a hot summer day.
There are two entrances into the home; one on the side and one at the back. Cedar decks sit outside both of these entrances and can be folded down for moving.
Visit Timbercraft Tiny Homes to read more about the Denali and see more of their fantastic work.
(Images via Timbercraft Tiny Homes)