The Denali by Cornerstone Tiny Homes

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The Denali is a 12-foot x 30-foot foundation home built by Cornerstone Tiny Homes. Coming in at 360 square feet, it features a one-bedroom, one-bathroom customizable floor plan.

One of the key things to note about the foundation homes by Cornerstone Tiny Homes is that they are built to meet Florida Building Code standards. This means the home is designed to be suitable for hurricane-prone areas.

The unit featured here is currently available as a rental on Airbnb.

At the front of the home is a pressure-treated porch that is wide enough to comfortably fit a bistro set, or just chairs if you prefer.

Over the porch is an offset gable accented with shingle-style Hardie board siding.

When designing your foundation home, a variety of rooflines are available as well as carport, garage, and deck options.

Upon entering the home you will find a living area that is spacious and flexible enough to suit a variety of needs. In this home, the owner chose to set it up as a standard living room area with a sofa, coffee table, and entertainment console.

Next to the living area is a galley kitchen. This kitchen is equipped with full-sized appliances, a drop-in stainless steel sink and an abundance of cabinets and drawers. An optional dishwasher is also available.

The breakfast bar provides a comfortable eating area so a separate dining area is not a necessity.

Past the kitchen is a full-sized bathroom very similar in features and size to one that you would find in an apartment or traditional home.

It has a single vanity with cabinets for storage, a regular flushing toilet, a shower and a tub. (You can see the full bathroom in the video below!)

Behind the sink is a beautiful tile backsplash. A floating shelf was also added which provides extra space for resting down items or incorporating small decorative pieces.

Towels are neatly hung and readily available thanks to a wall-mounted towel rack.

Across from the bathroom is an optional side door which can be replaced with a window or removed altogether.

Just behind the bathroom is the bedroom. The bedroom comfortably holds a queen size bed while allowing for walking space around it.

Here the owner chose to place the bed up against the wall and incorporated a wall-width headboard and a nightstand.

A barn door was installed to provide privacy without taking up a lot of space.

The bedroom closet is very spacious and can fit multiple shelves for hanging clothes and a drawer chest for folded clothing or other items.

Next to the closet there is a stackable washer and dryer. However, this space is optional and can be eliminated to make space for a larger closet.

Alternatively, since many people are working from home these days, a small desk and chair could be placed in this area to create a workspace.

Check out a detailed walkthrough of this Denali foundation home from Cornerstone Tiny Homes below.

To see more tiny houses by Cornerstone Tiny Homes, go to our builder page, and visit their website, Facebook page, and YouTube channel.

Credits: Images via Christine. Video via Cornerstone Tiny Homes YouTube channel.

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