I won’t go so far as to say that this is a “tiny house,” but it is certainly inspired by the tiny house movement, and therefore is probably of interest to some of you. So I will not spend a lot of time on it, but I will share some photos.
The home is the work of real estate developer Frank McKinney, and is billed as a “Micro Mansion.”
Measuring 4,087 square feet, this house is not exactly “tiny,” at least not compared to other tiny houses. When compared to most mansions however, it could be considered “tiny.”
In all, the house cost $3.9 million, which comes out to around $954 per square foot.
As you can see, the dominant color used in the house is blue. You can see this in the vibrant illumination used for the swimming pool outside as well as in the unique decor found throughout the home. In particular, the bathroom sink catches the eye with its breathtaking, unusual design.
This outdoor lounge looks like an incredibly atmospheric spot to relax on one’s own or with family or friends.
The dining area is undeniably clamorous with the beautiful chandelier overhead. A teal blue color is used for the chairs as well as the back wall. You can see LED illumination in the stairwell and the kitchen counter.
Where else can you see a glowing kitchen countertop? This has to be about the coolest kitchen I’ve ever seen.
The blue marble you see here is especially evocative of the ocean—a theme encountered throughout the micro-mansion.
This bathroom looks more like a spa.
It’s hard to imagine a lovelier spot to work.
Simplicity and elegance are emphasized in the bedroom, as they are throughout the micro mansion. Although this home is luxurious, it is hardly ostentatious.