Every homeowner has certain rooms that they consider required. Parents with two daughters need three bathrooms. Larger families need a huge living room or open kitchen to congregate in. Some husbands want a basement for a mancave. The one thing that everyone agrees on, however, is that they need the right amount of house.
So how much is the right amount of house for you? Odds are that you immediately start thinking in terms of thousands, but the modern trend towards minimalism is putting some people in home’s that are not even a quarter that size. The tiny house movement is exploding, and hasn’t shown any sign of slowing down – now, tiny homes are even coming with garage doors! We want to share some examples of tiny houses with garage doors with all of you, but note that none of these garage doors are our work! These pictures were sourced from this article and through pinterest, and there are many more examples out there for the curious consumer!
Here’s an example of the kind of luxury home that we’re talking about. Although this tiny house, which was featured on HGTV’s “Tiny House, Big Living”, has a meager 240-square-foot footprint, it has all the amenities that your family home has – including a glass and aluminum garage door! The “Alpha Tiny Home” has a custom fold-down deck, sliding glass doors, and a dining table for eight people. There’s a miniaturized kitchen with the latest appliances, a full bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub and washer/dryer combination unit, and a loft bedroom overhead to comfortably sleep a couple. All of this, mounted on a custom 24-foot double-axis trailer. At a price of $95,000 this isn’t the cheapest tiny home around, but it’s called the Alpha for a reason and the quality of materials and construction is top-notch!
Here’s another example of a tiny home with a garage door, but this one is built on the waterfront. Glass and aluminum doors are all the rage right now, and this luxurious and spacious home uses one to open onto a dock patio. For the perfect lakehouse experience at a fraction of the cost, the tiny house experience might be exactly what you’re looking for
Lastly, here’s a final tiny home with yet another glass and aluminum door. This door brings light into the space and opens to reveal a stunning mountaintop vista, and the furnishings are the perfect combination of rustic simplicity and modern convenience. If you’re looking for a mountaintop getaway on a budget, perhaps a tiny home is the right choice for you!
What do you think about glass and aluminum garage doors? Do you think that you could live in one of these tiny
homes? Let us know in the comments below!