Tour the beautifully cozy Laurel Escape with us

One of the biggest questions that tiny home owners get is “do you ever miss living in a larger home?” There's a very easy answer to that, “Why would we?” 

If a tiny home has everything you need, what really is the point of having a house that is just bigger. 
The Laurel Escape is almost perfect in that manner as it has spacious room for dining, living, sleeping, and showering all in a luxury manner. The smaller dimensions also leave more functional space on the exterior making this an ideal cabin or even an everyday home. 
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The Laurel Escape may only have one bedroom, but it makes the most of it. Plus, with an outdoor fire pit and hot tube who wants to be indoors anyway? 
The kitchen is wide open with plenty of cabinet space. The vaulted ceilings and recessed can lighting create the 'woodsy' cabin atmosphere perfectly.
 
Stainless steel appliances are the perfect contrast for the light and dark wood combinations that adorn the ceiling, walls, and floor.
 
 There's no cramped loft in this version of a tiny home as the bedroom features a king size bed with still plenty of room to move around.
 
In this view you can see the interesting wall patterns that create an open atmosphere in through the bedroom and living quarters. The master bath features a full-length sliding curtain for added privacy throughout the spacious room.
 
The photographer covered up one of the coolest features in the home with the closed curtain – the walk in slate and rock shower.  
It's not hard to envision spending a whole day just sitting on the porch and soaking up the atmosphere...
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...before heading over to the firepit and hot tub once the sun goes down. 

Built with well-aged wood, this charming cabin is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
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Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, with the fashionable style of a present-day build.
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To see the interior and floor plan of this pavilion-style cabin, click the image above.
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Located in Pasadena's 'Millionaire's Row' district, the W.T. Bolton house was built in 1906 by renowned architects Charles and Henry Greene. The home has been modified over the years, but it's still a beautiful example of Craftsman architecture!
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