If you were building a home, you want to make sure that it will fit your tastes from the rooftop to the floor, interests, and lifestyle, right?
That is exactly the intention for the design of this tiny home called the Tiny Ski Lodge by Maximus Extreme Living Solutions. The house was built for skiing enthusiasts, Chris and Tamara, who both want to live near the slopes in Park City, Utah. Chris is a former professional kayak racer while Tamara is a doctor by profession.
The 30-foot long tiny home has 240 feet of internal living space and two outdoor spaces – the rooftop deck that is above the living room and a small balcony at the hitch. The exterior is a mix of beautiful wood siding and dark blue highlights for the handrails and some of the paneling.
The inside of the tiny home is split up into several levels. On the first is where the bathroom and kitchen are found. The L-shaped kitchen occupies only a small space, but it is undoubtedly functional. It is complete with the basics such as a stove, sink, refrigerator, and plenty of storage space like base cabinets and open shelving units.
The second level is accessed by a series of wooden steps that jut out from the kitchen wall. They lead into the living room and to the small balcony outside. The final level is the loft bedroom complete with a full-size bed. The space gives an airy and light ambiance, thanks to the five windows that surround the loft area.
The home is also equipped with a “sewing and repair” room where Chris and Tamara can fix up their gear during the ski season.
Check out more photos of the Tiny Ski Lodge in the gallery below. Our favorite is the cozy living room!