June 30, 2023

The Huckleberry by Rewild Tiny Homes

The Huckleberry, built by Rewild Tiny Homes in Cobble Hill, British Columbia, is a beautifully-designed, Canadian-built tiny house. Measuring 30' long and 10' wide, this home is packed with unique features and reclaimed items. It offers a ground-floor master bedroom, ample space for yoga or other activities, and a cozy bay window seat, making it the perfect place to relax on cozy days. The bedroom also boasts a large closet, providing plenty of storage space.

Some of the notable features of The Huckleberry include hand-made fir garden doors, a hand-made Dutch/split door in the bathroom, and reclaimed countertops made from salvaged structural beams sourced from a Vancouver factory. The home also incorporates reclaimed shelving from the client's personal collection, adding a touch of character and history. 

One of the standout features is the vintage reclaimed Jotul woodstove, which includes a bread oven and dual cooktops, offering both warmth and the ability to cook delicious meals. The bathroom features in-floor heating beneath natural slate tile, ensuring comfort even on colder days. For a touch of luxury, there is a vintage cast iron bathtub for indulgent soaks. The vanity in the bathroom is reclaimed and holds sentimental value, as it was salvaged and brought by the client's grandmother from Quebec. The bathtub faucet is also reclaimed, coming all the way from Scotland thanks to a family friend.

In terms of appliances, The Huckleberry is equipped with a stacking washer and dryer for convenience, a flush toilet, a portable induction cooktop, an on-demand electric water heater, and a mid-sized fridge and freezer.

Overall, The Huckleberry showcases the craftsmanship and attention to detail of Rewild Tiny Homes. With its reclaimed elements and thoughtful design, it provides a cozy and sustainable living space that is both unique and comfortable.

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