The San Juan Tiny House

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This 8'-6" x 26' tiny house is packed full of artistic and functional features including an elevator bed, folding deck with awning made from solar panels, curved roof, reclaimed materials, handcrafted French doors and built ins, penny floor in the bathroom with space for a soaking tub, and lots of creative storage solutions.

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Modern home with Outdoor, Slope, Trees, Front Yard, Grass, Small Patio, Porch, Deck, and Woodland. The exterior shape, which echoes that of a covered wagon, is a riff on a whimsical design that the Parhams have previously created for clients. It also employs some tricks that maximize the home's tiny footprint.  Photo  of The San Juan Tiny HouseView Photos

The exterior shape, which echoes that of a covered wagon, is a riff on a whimsical design that the Parhams have previously created for clients. It also employs some tricks that maximize the home's tiny footprint.

Modern home with Kitchen, Engineered Quartz Counter, Wood Counter, Undermount Sink, Subway Tile Backsplashe, Range Hood, White Cabinet, and Range. The kitchen is designed to be both compact and functional. Photo 2 of The San Juan Tiny HouseView Photos

The kitchen is designed to be both compact and functional.

Modern home with Bedroom, Ceiling Lighting, and Bed. The bottom of the bed features a Southwest-inspired pattern that the Parhams designed together. "We wanted to have something beautiful to look at while sitting on the couch if the bed was raised up," says Greg.  Photo 3 of The San Juan Tiny HouseView Photos

The bottom of the bed features a Southwest-inspired pattern that the Parhams designed together. "We wanted to have something beautiful to look at while sitting on the couch if the bed was raised up," says Greg.

Modern home with Living Room, Coffee Tables, Sofa, Accent Lighting, Medium Hardwood Floor, and Ceiling Lighting. The living area is under the sleeping loft, which is actually an elevator bed. Note the pulley on the right side.  Photo 4 of The San Juan Tiny HouseView Photos

The living area is under the sleeping loft, which is actually an elevator bed. Note the pulley on the right side.

Modern home with Dining Room, Light Hardwood Floor, Table, Bench, Stools, Bar, Storage, and Accent Lighting. The Parhams added a convertible table that slides out to extend the kitchen and can be used for added prep space, dining, or as an office nook. Photo 5 of The San Juan Tiny HouseView Photos

The Parhams added a convertible table that slides out to extend the kitchen and can be used for added prep space, dining, or as an office nook.

Modern home with Living Room, Sofa, Light Hardwood Floor, and Pendant Lighting. The living room area enjoys a porthole opening to the outdoors. Photo 6 of The San Juan Tiny HouseView Photos

The living room area enjoys a porthole opening to the outdoors.

Modern home with Living Room, Coffee Tables, Ceiling Lighting, Bench, Pendant Lighting, Light Hardwood Floor, and Wood Burning Fireplace. The Kimberley woodstove is designed specifically for tiny houses and very small spaces. Photo 7 of The San Juan Tiny HouseView Photos

The Kimberley woodstove is designed specifically for tiny houses and very small spaces.

Modern home with Exterior, Wood Siding Material, Tiny Home Building Type, Metal Roof Material, Metal Siding Material, and Curved RoofLine. Exterior with porch folded in Photo 8 of The San Juan Tiny HouseView Photos

Exterior with porch folded in

Modern home with Exterior, Metal Roof Material, Gable RoofLine, Tiny Home Building Type, Curved RoofLine, and Wood Siding Material. The San Juan Mountains and the environment inspired many design elements of the aptly named San Juan Tiny House. The undulating roof line, for example, recalls a flowing river, while the blue gradient on the back wall recreates the shifting blues of the Colorado sky. "The sun-ray pattern pays homage to the Colorado sun—we have 300+ days of sunshine per year—and the portholes mimic the stars in the desert sky," says Greg. Photo 9 of The San Juan Tiny HouseView Photos

The San Juan Mountains and the environment inspired many design elements of the aptly named San Juan Tiny House. The undulating roof line, for example, recalls a flowing river, while the blue gradient on the back wall recreates the shifting blues of the Colorado sky. "The sun-ray pattern pays homage to the Colorado sun—we have 300+ days of sunshine per year—and the portholes mimic the stars in the desert sky," says Greg.

Modern home with Bath Room, Wall Lighting, Wood Counter, Soaking Tub, Freestanding Tub, Vessel Sink, Accent Lighting, Ceiling Lighting, One Piece Toilet, and Glass Tile Wall. The bathroom, which features a penny-tile floor, is relatively large—and even holds a soaking tub. Photo 10 of The San Juan Tiny HouseView Photos

The bathroom, which features a penny-tile floor, is relatively large—and even holds a soaking tub.

CLOSET AREA Photo 11 of The San Juan Tiny House modern homeView Photos

CLOSET AREA

The storage loft looks towards the elevator bed.  Photo 12 of The San Juan Tiny House modern homeView Photos

The storage loft looks towards the elevator bed.

Modern home with Exterior, Metal Siding Material, Wood Siding Material, Metal Roof Material, Curved RoofLine, Gable RoofLine, and Tiny Home Building Type. EXTERIOR DRIVER SIDE Photo 13 of The San Juan Tiny HouseView Photos

EXTERIOR DRIVER SIDE

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