I’d like to introduce you to Rebecca and show you through her beautiful tiny house located on Salt Spring Island. Right off the coast of British Columbia. The setting of this home and it’s wild feel is what really caught my eye. I could easily stay in a home like this for a couple weeks!
The finishes in this house are incredible. It features an open kitchen, a cozy living area, and a bedroom loft with several skylights for staring out into the night sky. The closet is also very impressive, packing tons of storage space into a small area. Having a tiny home does not mean you have to live small!
While the house does not have a toilet, there is an outhouse on the property. Pretty sure I’d prefer a room attached to the main house with a composting toilet but to each his own!
Check out the pictures below to take a tour of her lovely home and tell us what you think. For more details make sure to visit the Keva Tiny House blog.
This tiny home is located on Salt Spring Island, right off the coast of British Columbia
The home is located on a private, secluded lot far from civilization
Right when you walk in, you are greeted with this small living area
Just look at that wood work
You can enjoy a book right by the wood burning stove
Right around the corner, you have the kitchen
There is a beautiful view outside the kitchen window, and the table has plenty of room to get your work done
The owner went all out on the closet
Who said tiny homes can’t have storage space
The shower is located on the ground floor
Upstairs is the bedroom loft
And it gives you a great view of the house
There are some awesome skylights up there too
There is no toilet inside the house, but there is a rustic outhouse on the property
The porch has some gorgeous woodwork
This is the perfect place to share a meal with family and friends
And the view is definitely one you would want to share
Here is one last look at this gorgeous home!
The setting of this home is just stunning. It makes me want to get up to BC and do some exploring. It would be hard to beat our trip to Mammoth Lakes but I am pretty sure British Columbia would give it a run for it’s money!