Timbercraft Tiny Homes’ latest model, the Teton, measures a total length of 34 ft, and features an attractive cottage-style rustic exterior and a carefully designed interior layout that offers a spacious kitchen and a pair of bedrooms.



Alabama’s Timbercraft Tiny Homes has previously impressed us with its massive towable models, like the Denali XL, which combine cottage-like styling and spacious interiors. Its latest tiny house, the Teton, has a similar overall design, but comes with a more compact footprint that still makes space for a well-proportioned kitchen and a pair of bedrooms.

Measuring 34 ft (10 m) in length, the Teton is a lot larger than the European tiny houses we regularly cover, but still significantly more compact than the 42-ft (12.8-m)-long Denali XL, making it better suited to regular travel.

The Teton is based on a triple-axle trailer and its width comes in at 8.5 ft (2.6 m), meaning it meets the standard US towing requirements without needing a special permit.

Its exterior is made up of board and batten siding, and is topped by a seam metal gable roof with a dormer. The interior consists of 278 sq ft (roughly 25 sq m) of floorspace and is finished in shiplap walls, with stained wood ceilings and hardwood floors. The decor looks high-end throughout and is light-filled thanks to generous glazing.

Visitors enter the home into the living room, which is fairly compact but has space for a sofa and small table.

Nearby is the kitchen. This is the most impressive part of the home and looks well-proportioned for a tiny house, with an L-shaped breakfast bar that has some integrated storage, an oven with a propane-powered four-burner stove, a farmhouse-style sink, a full-size fridge/freezer, and custom cabinetry.