Imagine if you had the resources to have your very own tennis court at your summer house. That by itself would be pretty awesome, but wouldn’t it be even cooler if you had your own tiny indoor tennis pavilion where you could relax and enjoy a cold drink after a game?
This tiny tennis pavilion was built by Blue Forest for a client in Hampshire. Framed in oak, it features electricity and heating. This makes it the perfect spot to hang out year-round.
One of the things that always stands out about Blue Forest’s designs is all the beautiful wood they use. That ceiling is just beyond breathtaking! There is plenty of cozy seating scattered around the room, and big windows on all sides to let in light.
The view through the front doors looks right out on the tennis court.
Usually I feature tiny houses which are designed for full-time living, but now and again, I like to share something with a niche purpose like this to showcase one of the advantages of tiny construction.
One of the reasons why tiny design is so appealing is because it makes it possible to create highly specialized designs. That isn’t really practical when you are building on a larger scale. But on a smaller scale, it is practically a necessity.
I hope you enjoyed this stunning example of specialized tiny design and that you now can envision even more possibilities for what you can do when you scale back and downsize! Learn more at Blue Forest.