In a world that often sees bigger as better, there is a growing movement that embraces the beauty of simplicity. Tiny homes are the embodiments of this movement. They offer a unique blend between functionality and minimalism.
Today, we invite to you step inside the “Functional Tiny House”, a masterpiece which demonstrates that living small can be a way of living large and comfortable in style.
The Living Room: Cozy Retreat With a View
When you enter the “Functional Tiny House”, you’ll discover a spacious, open-floored living area. The back wall is adorned with trapezoid-shaped windows, which allows an abundance of natural lighting to flood the space.
These windows brighten the room and offer a stunning view of the surrounding property and lake.
The living room has been furnished with comfortable sofas, chairs and tables, all thoughtfully arranged to surround a central fireplace.
The layout of the room is perfect for movie night, and in winter, there is no better place than to sit by the fire, sipping warm cocoa, and taking in the tranquil view.
The “Functional & Wonderful Tiny House”, strikes the perfect balance between being a comfortable retreat, and a place to entertain family and friends.
The Kitchen: Southwest Flair meets Modern Luxury
Adjacent to the living area, you’ll find the kitchen—a delightful surprise that combines Southwest-inspired elements with modern luxury. The kitchen has a corner design with a tiled countertop around the stove and bar.
This unique design makes it stand out from the crowd of tiny homes.
The classic wood tiny home offers a variety of sizes and space to store pantry items, cookware and dinnerware as well as small appliances.
The rustic setting is given a luxurious touch by the integration of stainless steel appliances. This does not compromise the overall aesthetic. This is a family kitchen that caters for simple meals and easy entertaining.
This compact kitchen has everything you could possibly need, whether you’re an experienced chef or you just like to cook for yourself.
The Bedroom: A Cozy Retreat in All Seasons
In the bedroom you’ll see a layout that is a perfect example of smart design and thoughtful space use.
The master bedroom opens on both sides to the office, giving the tiny house a feeling of space. This bedroom is unique because it has a fireplace in between the two rooms.
During the winter, the fireplace can be used to heat both the bedroom and adjacent office.
A fireplace can add romance and coziness in the bedroom.
This bedroom design can be used for a variety of purposes, including reading a good book, working at home or simply enjoying warmth on a cold evening.
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