I had the pleasure of meeting fellow Tiny House enthusiasts, Jadon and Katie, a few months ago while staying at the Tiny Digs Hotel. We got to chatting around the campfire, as you do, and they invited me to visit their brand new Tiny Home in Washington. A few weeks later I was knocking on their door with a camera in my hands! I think you’re going to love this couple’s dream house. It’s spectacularly functional and spacious. I can’t believe how much they were able to fit in such a small space! Watch the tour all the way to the end to discover why this married couple decided to downsize to less than 300 square feet.
With the ability to work from home, Jadon and Katie have been living a nomadic lifestyle ever since they went tiny. They have towed their tiny abode from Wisconsin to Washington and back again!
Jadon and Katie’s Tiny House was built by Mint Tiny Homes, a Canadian company. Jadon and Katie were very involved with the design process, but Mint surprised them with a few clever storage ideas. For example, the compartments inside their staircase and the toe-kicks under their kitchen cabinets. Because the house is full of clever ideas like this, Katie and Jadon’s belongings are hidden out of sight.
“This is my dream kitchen.” – Katie Good
Key Features of Jadon & Katie’s Tiny House:
- Extra large bathroom with a huge shower and composting toilet
- Custom spiral storage staircase, with storage in the steps, that wraps around their closet and allows for their tiny dog to climb to the loft
- Innovative folding porch
- Glass french doors that let it a lot of natural light
- Back door for easy access
- Enormous kitchen with large refrigerator, stove, and oven
- Collapsible bar
Why downsize and travel with a Tiny House? To make each day a new adventure!
Follow Jadon & Katie on their website: www.goodandtiny.com
Photos courtesy of Jadon Good Photography
I think it’s rad to see other tiny house builds. It baffles me when I see people living in big mic 30 year mortgages. Having lived in a small house for 1.5 years I don’t think I could ever go bigger. Anyhoo