Vince Marzilli is a master woodworker based in Orono, Maine. He has been a carpenter since he was 15 so it won’t come as a surprise that, when he started building tiny houses, he created this bespoke work of art.
Of course, the interior is all wood and this tiny home (called the Cumberland) is clad in cedar shingles.
The tiny home has a warm, inviting interior with several shades of wood giving it a cozy feel. The Cumberland sits on a 15-foot long trailer and boasts a screened in porch. The large windows open up the kitchen and living areas to the outdoor views. They also let in a ton of light and even the sleeping loft is bright thanks to a skylight. There is space for a queen-size bed up there and some storage space.
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