If you’re thinking about living near the beach in a tiny house, you want a home which is going to fit with the scenery. One great option is the King’s Cottage by Park Model Homes.
This house may be tiny, but you can tell just looking at it that it really maxes out the space. There is a roomy porch, perfect for relaxing and looking out at the sea. I also like how the color scheme fits with the whole “beach” concept. You have a sandy yellow complementing a pale blue. The horizontal stripe across the bottom is reminiscent of the ocean.
The wide open floor space here can be used as you see fit. Add furnishings or just leave it as it is for an airy foyer.
The pale blue color from outside is continued here on the interior walls.
Across from the front doors we see the kitchen as well as the stairs leading up to the loft. The kitchen is very much its own cozy nook—but it is far from cramped. It’s amazing how much space is in there!
This is what the view of the main living area plus the doors looks like from standing inside the kitchen.
The layout of the kitchen countertop is really unique. There is a full-size oven and stove and a big microwave. The backsplash is beautiful.
The high faucet maximizes the room available in the sink, making it easy to wash the dishes even in a limited space.
The bathroom is pretty small, but the layout makes it a comfortable space.
A full-size shower with glass doors and a removable showerhead makes for a luxurious feature not available inside every tiny house.
The big windows bring in lots of light and also offer great views outside.
A ceiling fan keeps the space cool and comfortable, reducing electrical costs.
Let’s climb upstairs to the loft.
This is one of my favorite parts of the house. Everything about the loft is just so open and airy! The light color of the carpeting and the soft blue tint of the walls really work to keep that open feeling. The railing enclosing the space is minimal, maintaining the flow of space from the living room into the loft.
In this photo, we are looking out at a field with some trees in the distance, but you can easily picture a view of the ocean out that window, can’t you?
I also like the way that the sunlight from the opposite windows is playing across the wall. The golden color reminds me of the sandy yellow hue of the exterior siding. Incidentally, it creates the same sort of strong horizontal lines as well.
Another wonderful feature of this home is its ample storage. With a lot of tiny houses, space for attire and personal items is strictly limited. But here, I imagine it would be very easy to find a place for everything.
The colors of the siding are beautiful lit by the setting sun.
If you enjoyed these photos, I urge you to take the video tour of the King’s Cottage!
If you are interested in purchasing the King’s Cottage, or you would like to see other tiny houses from Park Model Homes, visit the company’s website here. You can also call Joey Nelson directly at 888-222-2699.