Architecture · March 14, 2021 0

This Tiny House Community Feels Like Living In A Small Village

Living in a tiny house community is the dream for some people, and Jesse Russell, owner and creator of Hiatus Homes, has designed a purpose-built village with 22 tiny homes, located in Bend, Oregon.

A modern tiny house community that's designed like a village.

To learn more about the ‘Hiatus’ development, YouTube channel Tiny House Expedition stopped by for a tour (see video below).

The tiny house village has paths that connect the homes, with them arranged in a way that they face inward to the shared community spaces that include ponds, fire pits, planters, and a bocce court.

A modern tiny house community that feels like a village with paths connecting each home.

The exterior of each tiny house features solar panels, external storage for bikes and outdoor gear, as well as a small deck with a pergola for some privacy.

A modern wood clad tiny house with a deck, pergola, and storage boxes.

Inside, there’s an open plan living room and kitchen. The living room is to the left of the main door and underneath the loft bedroom.

A tiny house with a main floor living room and kitchen, and a lofted bedroom.

Opposite the living room is the kitchen, that’s been designed with quartz countertops, 24-inch appliances, plenty of counter space, and a large sink.

A tiny house kitchen with quartz countertops, 24 inch appliances, counter space, and a large black sink.

A pegboard storage wall makes use of an otherwise empty wall, adding a customizable design element that can be arranged in many different ways.

A tiny house interior with a customizable pegboard wall with shelves and cabinets.

Also on the main floor of the tiny house is the bathroom, where it’s finished with a sliding barn door, grey and white tiles, a wood vanity, and a washer/dryer.

A small bathroom design with an included laundry area.

The stairs that lead up to the bedroom loft include under-stair storage in the form of open shelves, cabinets, and drawers.

Tiny house stairs that have storage built underneath them.

The open sleeping loft features a custom-designed artistic railing and a full bed. Overlooking the main level below and having a window helps to keep the bedroom open and bright.

A loft bedroom in a tiny house with an artistic steel railing.

There’s also a second lofted area accessed via a ladder, however, this one is smaller and is perfect for a tiny home office or as a reading nook.

A lofted sleeping area in a tiny house that can be used as a home office or reading nook.

To learn more about the ‘Hiatus’ tiny house community, you can watch this tour by Tiny House Expedition.