This one house in Bloomington, Indianapolis, might surprise you. The house is not only tiny, but it displays such whimsical design with great craftsmanship. The tiny house was built and designed by Daniel Weddle, the founder of Carpenter Owl. Called Honey on the Rock, it is a double-decker tiny home built around an heirloom whiskey still, the family’s most prized possession.
Honey on the Rock
This whimsical tiny house used walnut trimmed with cedar for the exterior.
The roof materials were repurposed from two older buildings and rolled flat with a truck.
Wood Panel Domination
Upon entering the house, you will see it is dominated by wood paneling and overflow with design details. There is also hand-carved light fixture to light up the whole interior.
Weddle also used rustic metal fixtures to pair up with a copper-framed porthole window.
Meanwhile, it took four months to finish this 22-foot-long home. The building processes included building the 150 square foot second-floor deck containing a luxurious soaking tub and a built-in table. The deck can be accessed through an exterior spiral staircase or a secret door situated in the sleeping quarter, hidden behind a drawing.
The still, which is hidden within a copper-topped table supporting the stove, has quirky curves that remind you of the tiny house’s whimsical arches and angles.