All our Cottages, or tiny homes, are mobile, energy-efficient, environmentally friendly, and hand crafted with the highest quality workmanship and materials.
We are pioneers in creating portable dwellings that meet the highest standards.
Each of our Cottages is based on one of five designs. These range in size from 134 to 169 square feet of main floor space, including a main living area, full kitchen, bathroom and sleeping area.
All cottages feature:
- Energy-saving and sustainable materials, including high density EcoBatt and rigid insulation, Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified pine, locally milled cedar siding, and paints with no Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).
- Cedar lapboard siding, or board and batten siding, painted or stained.
- Interior 1×6 spruce or 3/8” solid pine bead board paneling.
- A standing seam metal roof with multiple color choices.
- Vinyl or an upgrade to wood windows.
- Solid wood interior and exterior doors.
- Customized, extremely durable tube steel-framed trailers with 20-gauge galvanized undercarriage panels and weather shedding fender flashing.
We build our cottages at our 4,500 sq. ft. shop just outside of Eugene, Oregon. Our construction team includes highly skilled and experienced craftsmen who bring their commitment to quality and their expertise to every single aspect of your Tiny Cottage.
Our Current Cottages
The Ynez is based on the Siskiyou and grew out of a client’s request for a larger loft and custom kitchen layout. We are so glad she came our way with her great ideas! We started with the Siskiyou design, then removed the porch, added a utility room and a deck, and enlarged the loft.
The Siskiyou evolved from our first prototype in response to requests for additional features. We added two skylights, gas appliances, a composting toilet, and painted pine beadboard for the walls. We then opened the kitchen to the main living area.
The Unita is the longest of our cottages at 24 feet. We started with the Ynez, redesigned the kitchen, lengthened the shed dormers, added a Tansu stair, and introduced a gable roof above a side entry.
We built our “Tiny Tea House” for a Japanese client who yearned for an authentic tearoom that would evoke her childhood in pre-war Japan. We hope that her Tiny Tea House has transported her to another time and place.
The Alsek was developed in response to a client’s wish to reduce costs and receive a partial build-out. The Alsek provided her a framework that not only affords her freedom of expression in finishing the project, but also reduces expenses.