A Tiny House Walk Through

We are thrilled to be a part of the Wyoming Office of Tourism #CallOfTheWY Tiny House project. Last week we talked a bit about some of the design challenges that can be faced when decorating a tiny space. This week we thought we would share with you the BIG picture...and take you on a tiny house walk through. Stop by the next few weeks to take a closer look at some of the items we used.

 

 Wide open doors will allow the beautiful Wyoming views into this small space. A custom created desk allows  Quin (the adventurer)  a place to sit on the deck and blog. Pops of color with the orange chair and mustard colored outdoor rug, keep this space feeling cozy and contemporary.

Wide open doors will allow the beautiful Wyoming views into this small space. A custom created desk allows Quin (the adventurer) a place to sit on the deck and blog. Pops of color with the orange chair and mustard colored outdoor rug, keep this space feeling cozy and contemporary.

 Pendleton Wool Blankets have been made into custom curtains. A beautiful couch created out of reclaimed barn wood and bison leather gives the Tiny Home just the right amount of Western flair. More custom touches like the globe antler chandeliers and stools from the famous Shoshone Malt Shop, bring Wyoming's history to life.

Pendleton Wool Blankets have been made into custom curtains. A beautiful couch created out of reclaimed barn wood and bison leather gives the Tiny Home just the right amount of Western flair. More custom touches like the globe antler chandeliers and stools from the famous Shoshone Malt Shop, bring Wyoming's history to life.

 There is no denying the loft space is small. Creative touches like bold bedding without a lot of bulk, and bringing a bit of the outdoors in, keeps this space feeling just roomy enough! 

There is no denying the loft space is small. Creative touches like bold bedding without a lot of bulk, and bringing a bit of the outdoors in, keeps this space feeling just roomy enough! 

 In a tiny house there is limited privacy. It's important that ALL the spaces are functional and beautiful. The towels and distressed shelves are practical and on theme with the rest of the house. The fox fur and old scabbard repurposed as a hanging vase add a touch of Wyoming whimsy.

In a tiny house there is limited privacy. It's important that ALL the spaces are functional and beautiful. The towels and distressed shelves are practical and on theme with the rest of the house. The fox fur and old scabbard repurposed as a hanging vase add a touch of Wyoming whimsy.

 Looking down on the space, you can see how Shawn Rivett truly thought of every detail! The space is cozy but not crowded. Contemporary but not cold. It truly showcases what Western Contemporary design is all about.

Looking down on the space, you can see how Shawn Rivett truly thought of every detail! The space is cozy but not crowded. Contemporary but not cold. It truly showcases what Western Contemporary design is all about.

Don't forget to stop by next week for an up close look at Shawn's design. If there is a particular item you'd like to learn about let us know in the comments so we can make sure we answer your questions.

Photo Credit goes to Erin Potter of Erin Potter Photography