The Lykke is not just a beautiful tiny home on the outside, it’s gorgeous on the inside. All of the rustic charm you think of with a farmhouse or a cabin is inside this small space. Tons of unique additions make it beautiful, but the real star of the show comes from tons of hidden storage in every corner!
White shiplap walls, blonde wood trim and ceiling, alongside rustic weathered wood accents on chairs, cabinets, and a convertible sofa turn what is simple into the extraordinary.
This is the ideal combination of style and charm. It makes what would feel so small look and feel open and comfortable. The addition of blue and dark teal color accents ties the look together absolutely beautifully.
You can see from one end of the house, there are tons of additions for accents in the space. The loft bedroom has stairs that lead up with the weathered wood look. You can also see from this angle that there is tons of space on the walls to add your own home decor accents.
Those same wooden stairs you noticed earlier also double as storage. You can tuck shoes under the bottom shelves, add baskets or bins, or simply use them to stack your favorite books.
At the end of the space, is a nice washing machine setup that means making sure your clothing is clean is easier than ever! Plus, the pocket door at the back leads right to your bathroom.
Opposite the stairs you see there are large cabinets that are perfect for all kinds of storage. These combine the rustic weathered wood with the dark blue accent paint from the kitchen. Such a great way to tie the look together while adding tons of extra storage.
This set of cabinets is perfect for clothing storage, linen storage, books, games, pantry, or truly anything you need to tuck away out of sight but still handy.
Slide open the pocket door to find the rustic bathroom vase filled with style and comfort. Wooden shelves above the toilet are ideal for added storage of toiletries or towels. The small vanity with sink and mirror medicine cabinet are all great choices for this small space that are both beautiful and functional.
A shower on the other end of the bathroom is just what you need and while small, it is still more than enough for your needs.
Looking back at the front of the Lykke, you see the apartment sized refrigerator surrounded by tons of beautiful shelving and cabinets that make it easy to store all of your pantry supplies, cookware, and utensils. Even though this is just by the front door, there is plenty of space for anything you need to add to the kitchen.
The kitchen in this tiny home is situated in an “L” shape with the sink on one side and a drop down butcher block table at the end.
What you may not see in this space and wonder about is a stove. The Lykke tiny house doesn’t have a built in stove, but that option is easy to add. You can use a counter top burner or even simply use things like an electric skillet, slow cooker, pressure cooker, or toaster oven in place of a traditional stove.
I love the deep farmhouse sink and tall faucet. It’s a perfect addition to the overall theme of the home. Easy to clean, functional, and a gorgeous look to the space.
Another note about this space comes with the twinkle lights they have strung throughout the space. I absolutely love this look!
Windows on all sides of the space add natural light when needed, but there are plenty of built in lights, including the one above the window, to add more light when needed.
This corner is functional instead of being wasted space. Under the cabinet you can add a lazy Susan for easy access to items. Above the counter are corner shelves for storage and outlets on both sides make it ideal for placing your counter appliances in this space when in use.
The shelves are mounted against the wall and tile and use the same rustic weathered wood that is found throughout this tiny home.
On the other side of the Lykke tiny home, is the loft bedroom space. Despite this area not having traditional doors or curtains, it’s still a nice nook for privacy. You can easily hang a curtain along the top if desired for more privacy.
The railing going up to the loft space also doubles as a headboard and the side is ideal for housing all sorts of things.
There is a window on both sides of this space, lamps mounted on the walls, recessed lighting up top, and even shelving for your favorite books along the end of the tiny home.
You could use that shelving for clothing storage, but I prefer using it for books and kick knacks that make the space feel more like home. The owners have even used the rail and shelf by the bed for their journal.
As you go back downstairs, you see that the railing is also shelving for all kinds of storage. There are tons of things you can tuck into these cubbies, but shoes, slippers, and hats are excellent choices.
The view down to the lower level showcases the storage, cabinets, and all of the space on the walls that you can use for pictures, decor, or adding more storage if desired.
Outside, the trim is basic, but fits the theme of the home. Weathered wood around the windows brings the look full circle with a teal door opening into the home.
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While small in square footage, the Lykke is a beautiful and functional tiny home on wheels. It’s loaded with storage, beautiful colors and style, and all of the comforts you need for a home to last a lifetime.
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