Keva Tiny House: A Smallish Living on Salt Spring Island


When you think about tiny houses, the following superb image won’t probably come to mind. With a simple exterior design, the Keva Tiny Home grabs the attention and easily earns your love. The interior doesn’t disappoint as well. With lots of elements that evoke the closeness to nature, like the wooden panels or the small stone textured walls, the ambiance created is one that soothes and calms at the same time. Comfort is provided, with water and heating functions, although the toilet is located outside. The lovely terrace makes up for the discomfort, inviting you to spend time even more close to nature than behind the wooden walls. Browse the pictures to see how awesome it all looks. You can almost feel the nature!

*build on a 22′ x 8.5′ trailer







6 Responses to “Keva Tiny House: A Smallish Living on Salt Spring Island”

  1. Joseph R Orear says:

    Like more information for tiny house or plain up coming .

  2. Dee Szolomayer says:

    I would like to see the floor plan on the Keva Tiny House,Slt Spring Island. Does it have a refrigerator and toilet? Composting toilet is ok.

  3. Rachel subritzky says:

    Is it possible to have a look t the floor plans for this tiny house. It’s a lovely design.

  4. Daryl Jackson says:

    What is the price delivered to Chattanooga, TN?

  5. Stephanie says:

    How big is your littlest house

  6. Tina England says:

    I am completely in love with the trough bath tub! We are converting a 95′ Thomas prison bus into our tiny home on wheels, any pointers on doing the trough tub, the decking is amazing how did you attach it? What about waterproofing? Have you had any issues with water leaks around your tub area? And then there is the shower curtain rod is that a diy project or store bought? I’ve been looking everywhere here in NC and have not found one yet.

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