Tiny Heirloom is also credited with constructing a 200 sq. ft. theater-inspired tiny home for a San Diego-based family.
There is a hanging pendant lamp of 3’x6’ with gold tiles (stamped). Its exterior has 9 windows including a 6’ arched window, outdoor shower, C-metal roof, vertical and horizontal cedar siding.
The kitchen is 80 sq. ft. and boasts 9’ maple cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, stamped gold tiles and a granite countertop.
There is also present a semi-circular, inbuilt table designed from reclaimed cedar in a herringbone pattern.
For the living room, there is a large TV to provide lots of entertainment along with custom red-colored velvet fold-out couch. It appears like a theater chair of those erstwhile years.
The master loft is 60’ and has theatre-lit stairs, skylight, queen bed, inbuilt nightstand and a pony wall. The latter encourages open space, but still maintaining privacy.
Another loft is present having its own skylight and two twin beds.
The bathroom is decorated with antique bronze fixtures, a white vessel sink, full-size tub, dark walnut vanity, toiletry storage and 3 deep shelves.
Porcelain tile having travertine finish along with cracked glass subway tile is used for the bathtub surrounding.
Photos by: Tiny Heirloom
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