Recently I discovered the beautiful tiny houses designed by a company called Sanctuary Tiny Homes. Sanctuary is based in Florida, and got into making tiny houses out of a desire to help people to live lives which were financially more affordable.
Being as Sanctuary doesn’t have a whole lot of photos of each of their houses, I have decided to go ahead and share a number of their homes with you in a single post. So let’s begin with the Tiny Marta.
This home measures 24’, and features an appealing exterior coupled with a spacious interior. The walls contain closed-cell spray foam insulation, and the house includes a mini-split which can provide optimal temperature control throughout the year.
The house’s predominant color inside is obviously white—this is quite popular as a design trend these days. In this photo, you see the main living area, the door leading to the bathroom, and the ladder which takes you to the loft. There is a composting toilet as well as a full-sized shower in the bathroom.
The kitchen includes a fridge, oven, cook-top, and an impressive amount of cabinet space under the sink! On either side of the tall window above the sink, there are some minimalist shelves offering additional storage space without crowding up the walls. An elegant chandelier adds a touch of extra class.
The loft is spacious enough for built-in shelving and a full-size bed. Tiny Marta is still in the company’s inventory, and can be purchased for $55,000.
If you are in search of a tiny house which has a more “contemporary” appearance, you will want to take a look at the 24’ Tiny Lucy.
This house, like the one above, contains closed-cell spray foam insulation in the walls, and likewise comes with a mini-split which can be used to heat or cool the interior as needed.
The “contemporary” vibe you noticed on the exterior continues inside. The house is open and roomy, featuring bright, fun colors and patterns throughout the interior.
You can see an example of the playful ambiance and the bold colors which make this house into such a delightful place to call home in this photo.
I don’t usually obsess about bathrooms, but this one has caught my eye. I love everything about it—the layout, the contemporary mirror, and the big shower.
Giving most of the floor space over to the shower was really a smart choice!
The fun patterns on the back wall and the brightly-colored pillows and blankets stand out nicely against the white bedspread and otherwise white walls and ceiling.
The kitchen shines with a subway tile backsplash, an apartment-sized fridge, beautiful green cabinets, lots of shelving, and an oven with a cook-top. There is also a washer/dryer unit in the home.
The dark blue really contrasts beautifully with all the white in this house! I also want to draw your attention to the cool storage grid here. You can attach shelves or other items to it in any configuration you choose. It’s a simple concept that fits in beautifully with the whole contemporary look, and something I am surprised I don’t see in more tiny houses.
Finally, we have the 26’ Tiny Sterling, which the company describes as a “bachelor pad through and through.” It is contemporary in appearance inside and out, and “easy to enjoy with few household chores required.”
As with the other homes you have seen here, this one features spray foam insulation as well as a mini-split.
This house is another one which features a mostly-white color scheme. It is an easy way to keep the feeling of a tiny house light and open. Notice the smart placement of the washer/dryer unit under the stairs.
The kitchen features an oven and a big sink. I can’t tell if there is a cook-top in here or not, but one would presume that there is (at the very least, one should be able to plug one in). A microwave is located above the counter along with added storage cabinets. The fridge/freezer are full-sized.
I am seeing a tremendous amount of open space here—wow! It’s actually breathtaking. You could do pretty much anything you wanted to personalize this living area.
This is not just another bed you rest in overnight. It is a dazzling experience! Superhost Gabriella will amaze you with her cozy tiny house.
The Cricket is a rustic historic cabin in a small neighborhood on Spring Street along side the rushing Clear Creek and nestled among an Aspen grove.
Serenely situated between Gravenhurst and Bracebridge, Tiny Haus has been custom built by an award winning architect to capture the beauty of the natural surroundings.
You’ll find a farmhouse-style sink, a toilet, and a full-size shower in the bathroom complete with tile walls which are easy to clean.
If you want to learn more about any of these three lovely tiny houses, you can do so at Sanctuary Tiny Homes. At this site, you can also contact the company for a custom build of your own. Enjoy checking it out!