Tiny Heirloom, an Oregon-based company constructed the Beachy Bohemian to accommodate a family of four. This home boasts of being beach-inspired, colorful and attractive.
There is incorporated a bedroom loft having skylight meant for the parents, while two young boys are provided with bunk beds.
The house’s bottom, top and exterior is provided with weathered yellow stain, blending perfectly with its yellow-colored, double French doors. For the entryway, the bedroom loft is constructed to offer an overhand by bumping out of the deck.
Its interior is eye-catchy with several colors splashed throughout. It includes the red accent wall beside the yellow door, mustard and green for the kitchen, teal green for the lofts.
There is also incorporated a spacious loft study area having two chairs and a desk. This is designed to allow the boys to study while traveling.
The kitchen space is also equally beautiful and modern. It has a refrigerator, oven, cooktop and 3 burner gas cooktop.
The bathroom also has several facilities like a pedestal sink, composting toilet and horse trough shower.
This home was part of DIY Network, Episode 11, Season 2 and managed to create a positive impact upon viewers.
Learn more about this tiny home on Tiny Heirloom website.
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