The talented team at Tiny Heirloom in Portland, Oregon have produced some of our favorite tiny houses with beautiful craftsmanship and stylish designs. This next tiny home is no different. The 240 square foot custom tiny home has a nature-inspired design and was featured on DIY Network’s Tiny Luxuries. It’s pure perfection from every angle, inside and out!
The exterior features black siding with gorgeous wood wrapping the bottom half of the home for a natural and slightly masculine appearance that’s both bold and understated.
Inside, the home is light and bright with white shiplap walls and plenty of windows to let natural light fill the home. Warm hardwood floors and accents add depth as do light blue cabinets and black hardware.
The kitchen is gorgeous and well equipped with light blue cabinets, white countertops, and a gray tiled backsplash. A double-basin stainless steel sink is in the center of the countertop and you also have an oven and stove with a large hood as well as a full-sized refrigerator.
Across from the kitchen is a small table that’s made out of beautiful wood. It doubles as wall art when folded up and can easily be dropped down for dining or work.
The living room and master loft are both on the far end of the home and both have plenty of head clearance and natural light filling the rooms.
The living room is spacious with a full-sized couch, accent chairs, and a stone fireplace with wide windows on both sides of the room.
Above is the master loft with a king-sized bed and plenty of room for storage. There’s also a place to store a large flat-screened TV as well as a skylight for night-time star gazing.
Across from the master loft is a smaller loft with tons of room for potential. It can be used for a guest bedroom or even as a separate sitting area thanks to the tall ceiling and alcove.
Back downstairs, the bathroom features a luxurious shower stall surrounded by gray wood-like tile and a stone accent.
A small wood bench was built to fit perfectly across the shower giving you the perfect perch during soaking.
Once again, the team at Tiny Heirlooms leaves us speechless and impressed! If you’d like to check out some of their other models, visit their website at http://www.tinyheirloom.com/. You can also follow them on social media at:
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