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Located in Bastrop, TX, a city just outside of Austin, the Hobbit Hutch is built atop an 8 foot by 5 foot Tractor Supply trailer with the addition of a welcoming, 20 square foot porch. Though the region rarely drops below freezing, the tiny home also boasts complete insulation. Homey accents such as the faux wood stove, festive colorful trim and hand-drawn artwork give the Hobbit Hutch a warm and cozy touch.

The front of the writer’s studio includes a tiny kitchen with small appliances such as a coffee maker. The back bedroom includes a pullout dining table over which a playful black chandelier is suspended. The bed is flanked by jalousie windows, which help control airflow to the interior. The artistic couple expects to add an outdoor propane-powered shower and cassette toilet that will hidden inside a plywood box seat.

+ Saintmaker