This tiny home, built by Robert and Bettina Johnson for Esket Tiny House, combines all of the best aspects of a tiny home: a rustic exterior, a comfortable interior, movability, and creativity.
And on top of all that, the cabin-like exterior features incredible Aboriginal Canadian carvings that truly make this a one-of-a-kind home.
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The brilliant minds at Esket Tiny House built this one-of-a-kind home in British Columbia, Canada, right in the heart of nature.
The creators of this tiny home – carpenter Robert Johnson and his wife Bettina Johnson – combined their love of Aboriginal Canadian art with their love of tiny home-living to make something absolutely extraordinary.
The portable cabin home sits on a 20-foot trailer and holds 280 square feet of well-designed space.
These tiny house creators write, “It is a proudly Canadian version of a tiny house, featuring carvings and Aboriginal art.”
One of two doors shows off spectacular carving craftsmanship, with a large bear catching fish in a river.