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The "Beautiful Simplicity The “Little Joppa” is a tiny house that you will want to see. Inside this tiny house is lots of rustic wood and white thoughout, giving this tiny house a cosy feel and look.
This tiny house was built by Tiny Homes. They had just completed their second build, known as the American Freedom for $20,000, when they moved on to their third. This tiny house known as Little Joppa is 128 square feet, and is a modified version of the American Freedom, with a slightly plainer exterior and what looks like a slightly bigger bathroom, complete with tub. You'll love the loft bedroom with rustic wooden railing, and the bathroom is a must see with a rustic metal basin tub and tin roofing surrounding the tub, it looks so good! The exterior has more of the rustic wood as siding, combined with more white and grey, along with a great pink door that stands out beautifully.
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