Take a Tour of This Gorgeous & Secluded Tiny House in the Forest

by Simplify

Tiny houses are all the rage these days thanks to their stylish features, their comfortability, and their cost—which is why a tiny house in the forest is just what some people need in order to live their best lives yet. Jess, a resident of Queensland, is one such person with a tiny house that perfectly pairs luxury and simplicity in alternative housing.

Making a deck out of wooden pallets

What one woman finds in a tiny house in the forest may be very different from one person to the next, but for Jess, it’s all about the lifestyle. Having a sleek, modern exterior that blends into the forest background, solar panels that generate plenty of electricity on their own, and dealing with minimal upkeep are all part of the charm.

The outside of Jess’s tiny house in the forest includes a deck made out of pallets, a 1300-gallon water tank, a generator with auto start, and a variety of potted plants for her to enjoy. And due to the private forest location, Jess spends her days living in close communion with her lush natural surroundings.

Her tiny house in Queensland also has a gorgeous black-and-white interior with big windows, a full-size slider, and a large skylight, all of which provide tons of natural light throughout her home.

Jess also has a living area with a pull out couch for guests to sleep on and a modern kitchen with good-sized appliances, compact laminate countertops that look like natural stone, and an ample amount of storage. Plus, she has a small eating area, a large bathroom with a dual-head shower, and a huge master bedroom in the loft area.

Tiny house in the forest

If one thing is for certain, this tiny house in the forest definitely makes for a comfy home.

For more tiny house stories, discover this cabin-style shipping container home in the woods or this dome home set in woodland, which features a luxurious bathhouse.

To see more videos, check out the Living Big in a Tiny House YouTube channel.

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