This cozy silo guest house goes against the grain of housing standards. Far from corny, this setup threshes all expectations.
Amy Kleinwatcher was already in the flow of alternative housing. She had built a home out of recycled materials. But the home seemed incomplete without a guest house.
The end result was a liveable, if not an unconventional house that has a porch, a bedroom, and a bathroom with about 1,000 square feet of living space.
What sort of decor would go with an aging grain bin? You see something different everywhere you look inside. Some of the windows feel like “Ye Olde” shop windows.
Peeling, flaking paint is used everywhere, along with antiquated signs that might have graced the walls of general stores from a bygone era. You feel transported back in time.
But that doesn’t mean that you won’t feel comfortable. The bed is big. The space is warm. The room is plenty. Just enough and just right, in fact.