Stay in Cool Tiny House in Arkansas Featured on Popular TV Show
You’ve heard the saying “Big Things Come in Small Packages.” Well, an award-winning tiny house in Arkansas featured on the Netflix TV show “Tiny House Nation” packs quite a punch for being so tiny.
This Airbnb tiny house named the AMP House located in Fayetteville, Arkansas was rated #1 in Dwell Magazine in 2017. Not only that but it has been featured in other national publications such as Country Living, GQ Magazine, and Architectural Digest just to name a few.
The lead designer Architect Brian Crabb who designs the set for Gordon Ramsey’s TV show “Hell’s Kitchen,” is a master designer of tiny houses around the world and was instrumental in building and designing this beautiful 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, tiny house in Northwest Arkansas.
I hope you are not claustrophobic because this is a 400 sq foot home but the way it was designed the tiny house seems so much larger and with an open floor plan and large garage-style door windows that really open up the home.
The AMP House
The AMP House gets its name from what looks like a huge AMP attached to the house. Musicians on the road call this their home away from home.
Notice the large front deck with patio furniture for sitting around and playing the guitar.
The Living Space
The living space has a plush couch with great views of the outdoors through the garage door windows.
The open floor flows right into the kitchen area with bar-type seating.
There is nothing tiny about the large walk-in shower in the bathroom.
The Bedroom Loft
The bedroom is located in the loft of the tiny house accessible by stairs. However, it’s not tall enough to stand in unless you are not very tall.
Note: The rental is only the main house area only, not the trailer part of the house.
So, if you are looking for a quick getaway this fall or a place to stay during those Razorback football games this year, you may want to check out the AMP House hosted by Asha.
Watch this interesting story behind the making of this tiny home.
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Make sure you check out Lisa's story on the Biggest House in Arkansas.