Open and bright with a huge loft sleeping area, the Fox Sparrow tiny house is the work of Rewild Homes on Vancouver Island. Rewild’s mission is to build simple, sustainable, specialized homes using locally sourced materials. The Fox Sparrow is built onto a 24′ trailer and includes a kitchen, living room area, bathroom, and a large sleeping loft.
Large windows, a glass door, and a skylight bring in plenty of sun to brighten this home so beautifully. There are many storage spaces, including the area under the living room bench and in each step of the staircase. Heat is provided by a propane heater and the lights throughout the home are recessed LEDs.
The live-edge breakfast bar is, in my opinion, one of the most attractive features inside this home. It can be used as a desk or a family seating area for meals while enjoying the view out the window. The kitchen also has a 4-burner propane cook top, black granite sink, butcher block counter top, and a stainless steel fridge.
A sliding barn door leads into the bathroom, which contains a glass surround shower, modern vanity, and the option of a composting toilet and washer/dryer unit.
The loft has ample space for a large bed with room to spare on the sides. The skylight brightens up the loft and gives the owners the opportunity to sleep under the stars every night.
Visit Rewild Homes to read more about the Fox Sparrow. This home has sold, but they have other tiny houses for sale and the option to purchase just a home shell if you want to finish the interior yourself.
We all live in tiny homes ourselves, so we have first hand experience in planning and living in small spaces. We are also all proud to live off-grid, with rain water collection providing our water and solar providing our power. We can all speak first hand about living small and self-sufficiently.
(Images via Rewild Homes)