In the episode, we will see a UNIQUE SILO TINY HOME FARM STAY on a Llama Farm located in Troy, Texas, United States.
Welcome to this silo home. You’ll first pull up in your car to this large private driveway, and you can see there is a big sign here so you can’t miss it. But let’s now go and check out the front side of the home, which you can see here. There is a section of the fence that is enclosed so that the animals can’t get in.
This is only the second silo home that we’ve ever toured before on the channel. But out here on the patio, you do have a nice little barbecue grill and there are three chairs at the far end. So you can just sit down on them and relax, and you also have an outdoor shower and fire pit.
The Living room
In the living room, you have this large, plush leather couch and an additional chair. And you’re probably starting to notice all of the really bright and wacky co. It’s what really sets this place apart from the others. Like that bright green cabinet there in the background, and your yellow door. The main wall has a big smart TV.
In the kitchen, you have a rainbow kitchen table with a few snacks in a basket, and you can see a beautiful fridge when you walked in For the actual kitchen itself, we’ll check it out briefly, but it has everything that you could possibly need for during your stay. To the left of your large sink, you have your coffee area.
The Bathroom of this tiny home
the bathroom in this Silo Home. The farm and llama themes continue, of course. My personal favourite was the “Get Naked” piece of art there on the left with the llama in the tub, Around the corner, there is then your shower with some simple white subway tile, and if you look down below, you can find some more artsy black and white floor tiling on the ground.
The Second floor of the tiny home
the second floor, you can find your bedroom. By far, my favourite piece is the bed headboard and to the right then, you have this big blue cabinet with some more storage space and some hangers and an iron. And in that far corner, you have a very comfortable chair.
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