Evening interior of the home builder ofVancouver Even in small interiors of a mobile home, one can achieve a sense of spaciousness by abandoning the gabled roof and using other forms. Space can provide a roof or even a curved roof. Chad Smith from Structural Spaces in Vancouver, embodied a stunning build by building a curved cedar roof. Smith has long lived in a tiny house, he managed to create a modern space with a spacious entrance. The first thing that looks inside is a wood-burning stove, to the left are the organizer boxes in the shape of neat steps. The kitchen area is located in the middle of the room. To the right of the entrance is a bathroom with a large triangular window. Wood stove near the entrance Homemade stair organizers Bathroom on the first floor The owner moved to this place 10 years ago together.with a small house on wheels. Nearby grew a big twisted cedar. The owner of the site said that he needed to cut. That's when the idea came to somehow use this tree. As a result, Smith reworked the barrel on the machine with a chain saw. The bedroom in the house is located in the attic. The walls and ceiling here are partially sheathed with the top of the crooked cedar itself, and the space itself looks very interesting due to its unevenness and texture. Unique bedroom with solid cedar In fact, it's just wonderful that there aredesigners with a non-standard approach that easily create tiny but eye-catching homes. In this unique design from Smith, natural wood tones are combined with dark details, creating a balance of polarities. All together gives the interior a modern look. Now this house is for sale. Manual face decoration. Didn't you think that there is a bit of magic in the decoration of the second floor?