NEW ATLAS: Enormous tiny houses that push the boundaries of small living
Alabama firm Timbercraft Tiny Homes’ original Denali was already a sizable tiny house in its own right, but was made even bigger with the release of the Denali XL. It has a length of 42 ft (12.8 m) and has an attractive cottage-like exterior, with board and batten siding, a seam metal roof, and two doors.
The interior continues the rustic styling and is finished in shiplap walls, stained-wood ceilings, and hardwood floors. Much of the available floorspace is taken up by a large living room with a high ceiling, as well as an adjacent kitchen area containing full-size appliances and a trash compactor and dishwasher. There’s just one bedroom, though it’s a spacious example that fits a storage-integrated king-sized bed, and is located up in the raised gooseneck area of the trailer.
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