01 about

Built by a master carpenter-contractor and an actress-turned-filmmaker with a passion for interior design. This newly minted tiny is ready for her first owner. 

It is located on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington.


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03 story

We bought some land in a forest on the Olympic Peninsula last summer and it came with this shell of a tiny house on its own brand new trailer. So we finished it ourselves.


We wanted to create something that was contemporary but still in keeping with the Pacific Northwest. The result is a modern cabin with a few funky design twists, like the handmade copper piping bathroom faucet and shower fixture and a reading loft/sleeping bunk above the living area that’s accessed by an iron pipe ladder.

A large sleeping loft has a queen size mattress. The kitchen has lots of storage – custom built plywood cupboards and soft-close doors and drawers – and the metal boxes are reclaimed school shoe lockers found at Seattle Second Use. We designed and made the kitchen light fixture with three hessian rope bulbs wrapped around a piece of driftwood found on the beach in Port Angeles.

Many of the items used to style the interior are also for sale.

We figure it’s a great full time living space, a granny flat/guest house or garden office or a turn-key weekend retreat with fantastic AirBnB potential.

The Tiny House has about 270 sq ft of living space which includes the sleeping loft and a spacious shower in the bathroom. It has a propane tank for hot water and cooking and hooks up to a water hose.

We went back and forth on making it fully off-grid but in the end installed an Incinolet toilet which needs an electricity hook up. Solar panels aren’t enough to power it. There are no black/grey water tanks so it needs to be parked with full hook ups. It comes with a 50ft 50amp power cord.

Drew & Alexandra


04 contact

serious enquiries only, please

and... if you'd like a custom built tiny house made just for you, we can do that too...

Thanks for your interest

e | ecowarrioress@gmail.com

t | 310~927 1710

located on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State

address provided on request for a viewing