For Greg Parham of Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses, the Wasatch qualifies as a relatively simple build, without any of the curves and embellishments Parham has shown he’s capable of. But it’s still WAY stylish, with a somewhat retro and entirely cool Art-Deco-meets-hunting-lodge vibe. It’s also customized to house a family of four, with two private bedrooms, no easy feat in 224 square feet of space. Bunk beds for the kids occupy one end of the first floor, and the master bedroom’s behind a wall atop a full-size flight of stairs with plenty of storage underneath. With no living room per se, the expansive kitchen, complete with oven and full-size fridge, looks set to become the family gathering area; on the other side of it is a full bathroom – yes, that means it has a tub!
Photos courtesy Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes | h/t Tiny House Talk