Marysville, TN (PRWEB) October 04, 2017
With 270-degree views and modern twists on classic designs, the Saltbox offers a sophisticated yet cozy space to call home. Inspired by the classic “lean-to” design, this tiny home floor plan was designed with simplicity in mind to maximize space and style. Featuring elegant architectural touches and high-end finishes like quality appliances from Summit Appliance® and Ply Gem® aluminum clad wood windows, the Saltbox is the perfect home for those looking to live simply and luxuriously. Some features include sleek hardware, stylish shiplap and striking slanted ceiling pitches, which allows the Saltbox floor plan to offer a bright, modern atmosphere with fresh, natural tones and refined features.
The Saltbox home is built indoors at a ISO 14001 registered Clayton home building facility in Addison, AL. The home is precision built to the International Residential Code, or IRC. Building to the IRC means that this tiny home is technically a small modular homes and can be lived in year-round unlike tiny houses on wheels. These tiny homes are an efficient, luxurious solution to the demand of the tiny home movement for small space with luxury amenities and modern features with smart floor plans, clever utilization of space, built-in storage and stylish design.
The Modular Home of the Month showcase is an opportunity for MHBA member companies to display their projects to architects, engineers, contractors, developers, owners, students, and more. MHBA selects one home each month to be featured on social media and our website. For more information on MHBA, modular homes, and the monthly contest, please visit http://www.modularhome.org
About the Modular Home Builders Association:
Founded in 1977, the Modular Home Builders Association (MHBA – formerly the Modular Building Systems Association) is the only national organization dedicated exclusively to serving the modular home builders and manufacturers. MHBA promotes the advantages of modular construction to the public, builders, and government agencies in an effort to improve construction productivity and efficiency. MHBA also advocates at the state and federal level to ensure a fair and competitive playing field for the modular home building industry.