The Everest by Mustard Seed Tiny Homes

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The Everest is a 365-square-foot tiny house on wheels designed and built by Mustard Seed Tiny Homes. This unit is a custom build and was featured in season seven of the television show Tiny House, Big Living.

At 32 feet in length, it offers enough space for one person or a small family.

The lower exterior area is covered in board and batten siding, while the area around the front door and the upper exterior are accented with a beveled cedar. The front door is painted a vibrant blue to bring in a pop of color.

The home has two bedrooms. The master bedroom is on the main level and there is a guest bedroom on the loft level above the bathroom.

The front door opens up to the living room/main seating area. The legs of the sofa were removed and replaced with custom-built drawers for storage.

The interior walls are covered floor-to-ceiling in white shiplap. Several small open shelves were installed for storage in addition to a few long shelves spanning the entire length of the living and kitchen areas.

To the right of the living room is the master bedroom, which is closed off from the living area using a barn door. The bed is queen-sized and has storage built in underneath it.

A unique feature in the bedroom is the maple headboard/accent wall with an overhead window — a special design request of the owner.

The bedroom closet is spacious and was built into a bump-out area. Keeping with the country chic / industrial farmhouse design theme, barn doors were also used for the closet. Directly in front of the bed is a sliding glass door (pictured in the exterior image above).

To the left of the living room are the kitchen, bathroom, and guest loft.

The kitchen has a long, maple countertop that can serve as both a prep space and dining area. There are four drawers beneath the counter for storage as well as a cabinet under the large farmhouse sink.

The appliances in the kitchen include a four-burner propane stove and oven, a deluxe range hood, and a full-sized refrigerator. A lot of additional storage was built into the kitchen as part of the stairs leading to the guest loft.

Behind the kitchen is the bathroom. A pocket door (not shown) was installed to close off the bathroom from the kitchen.

Inside the bathroom there is a standard flushing toilet, and an approximately 4-foot by 3-foot shower adorned in white subway tiles with dark grout.

The bathroom vanity was custom-built and has a drawer, cabinets, and side shelving. It sits on top of slate gray, diagonally-laid tile.

While the bathroom sink is pretty large, there is still a lot of countertop space around it.

The final room in this tiny house is the guest loft, which is above the bathroom.

For more information on the tiny houses offered by Mustard Seed Tiny Homes, their build process, and financing options, visit them on the web.

Credits: Floor plan and images via Mustard Seed Tiny Homes.

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