One of the features of the Mountain Mansard is the removable panelized addition. This space serves as a sleeping area or storage space. When living in 105sq/ft the additional 40sq/ft can create a world of difference.
"Even building quickly we can still take time to include some details like the corbrel on this lttle greenhouse" says builder Chris Curry of Spicebox Homes.
Spice Box Homes owner and simple living expert Chris Curry in front of his latest build.
This Mountain Mansard was setup in this location in 1 hour, this includes leveling and assembly of the sleeping quarters. The interior is to see finishes over the winter including exposed timbers, wood flooring, reclaimed kitchen, rocket mass heater and more.
Mesa Verde National Park from Mountain Mansard today. Were else tomorrow?
Out here in the fields...from any angle you can find appeal in tiny living.
Simple living in tiny spaces can be elevated by small features like this window to ensure those seedlings make it to the garden this spring.
Spice Box Homes tries to reuse material at every turn. An estimated 75% of this home was reclaimed from local sources.
Mountain Mansard built by Spice Box Homes in Dolores Colorado.
Reclaimed metal siding shining in the sunset in southwest Colorado.
Timber frame from local sawmills to add stability and warmth throughout the home.