Florida woman transforms grain silo into stunning tiny home

What to do when you are stuck with an old grain silo surrounded by the amazing nature in Florida, USA? Transform it into a stunning tiny house.

Small living took a beautifully paradoxical meaning when the old grain silo got renovated in Lake City, Florida, USA. While a tiny home only measures 454 square feet, the surrounding area belonging to it is 25 acres in size.

The old grain silo is a part of a horse ranch that has 7000 feet of no-climb horse fence, five individual horse paddocks, and 30 trails for you to experience while on a horseback ride.

The tiny home itself has a beautiful rustic design with modern features that will satisfy any person that craves the connection with nature but doesn’t want to sacrifice the modern commodities.

The first floor is comprised out of a kitchen, made with cabinets out of reclaimed pallet wood, and a gorgeous bathroom with a walk-in shower behind a slick barn-style sliding door. The second floor is a big bedroom with an all-around viewing deck and a ceiling window at the center of it.

The old grain silo with all its windows and a viewing deck is an astonishing homage to nature and a small living concept. The surrounding nature makes every day a refreshing canvas of life that a person can appreciate from this cozy tiny house.

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Florida woman transforms grain silo into stunning tiny home