The prototypical tiny house looks pretty much like any house but on a miniature scale; most two-person models feature a kitchen, living room, and bathroom on the ground floor, with the bed housed in a loft space accessible via a ladder or staircase. Since they’re so small, many designers also use the chance to get creative with the design and concept; it’s also a welcome challenge in maximizing storage and space options to create optimal use of space.
As such, these tiny houses are a huge hit in the trendy, outdoorsy, and eco-conscious Pacific Northwest, allowing visitors to easily explore cities like Portland and the mountain wilderness just a short drive away. If you’re looking for a vacation rental that’s a little different, here are the best tiny houses to stay in while exploring the Pacific Northwest.
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