Tiny Home, Big Outdoors is a great tiny home developed in the state of Washington. This is exclusively built for those who would like to stay connected with nature something that people miss in the cities.
This project is the brainchild of Tiny Heirloom. It is undertaken with the vision to provide clients with an opportunity to fulfill dreams to live amongst nature.
Tiny Heirloom does boast of incorporating an amazing and eye-catchy design with Tiny Home, Big Outdoors. Although the area covered is just 240 sq. ft., it is filled with all modern luxuries necessary for a comfortable living.
There is built an electric fireplace in the living room with stone surround. Also is present a huge picture window, two chairs and a full-sized couch.
The solid wood, fold-down table can accommodate four people easily. When not used, it can be kept against the wall, thus saving precious space.
The kitchen is designed with a marble backsplash, large counter, oven, gas cooktop and double sinks to increase convenience.
There is a large pantry bookend at its own end, while the other end has a full-sized refrigerator.
The owner and guests can derive a cozy sleeping place with two large lofts along with a skylight.
Learn more about this tiny home on Tiny Heirloom website.
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