Old Grain Silos Were Transformed 

Into Delightful Tiny Homes

Who would have thought that abandoned old grain silos could become world-class accommodation? You have to see it to believe it, and you can if you pay a visit to Clark Farm Silos in Kalispell, northwestern Montana, which opened its doors in May 2021. The farmstead hotel boasts five fully renovated silos neatly lined up on the Clarks’ three-generation family farm. The Clarks found the grain silos, which they refer to as ‘big ol’ soup cans’ on a farm outside Coeur d’Alene in Idaho.

Unique accommodation, with designated campfire area and proximity to some of the state’s most desirable tourist attractions.

Old Grain Silos Were Transformed Into Delightful Tiny Homes

The unique metal structures are light, bright, and deceivingly spacious.

Old Grain Silos Were Transformed Into Delightful Tiny Homes

They also have a fully-functional kitchenette, spacious loft bedroom, a private bathroom, and spectacular mountain views to seal the deal.

Old Grain Silos Were Transformed Into Delightful Tiny Homes

Each silo is equipped with a striking black kitchenette featuring a fridge, cooktop, microwave, toaster, and all cooking utensils for snack and meal preparation.

Old Grain Silos Were Transformed Into Delightful Tiny Homes

The gorgeous natural wood spiral staircases are a unique feature in these silos, providing access to the main bedroom.

Old Grain Silos Were Transformed Into Delightful Tiny Homes

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