Tiny Home of Zen is part of Tiny Luxury’s second season. It was designed for the client’s two children, namely, Quinn and Lauren.
This place promises to offer the occupants a warm and cozy environment.
There are provided high-end finishes and clean white lines. Natural light enters the room unobstructed through nine windows and French doors.
Being 24’ long, this home is an amazing combination of tongue-and-groove cedar siding and black plywood sheeting, coupled with attractive color variations.
Moreover, the alternating roofline offers a rooftop deck of 100 sq. ft.
The interior design encompasses a modern aesthetic, zen.
For this, there were used Himalayan salt bricks, hickory flooring, backlight throughout the main loft including pine-stained tongue-and-groove ceiling.
The kitchen covers an area of 70 sq. ft. is incorporated with a quartz counter of 9 linear feet, storage space of 30 cu. ft. and a recessed stainless steel sink.
The main loft is about 80 sq. ft. providing greater privacy, while the second loft with a 30 sq. ft. area can accommodate easily a full-sized bed.
There is a stairway behind the kitchen that moves towards the main loft.
A table and built-in bench seats constructed from tiger-wood adorn the stairway.
The bathroom boasts of dark porcelain tile, a 3’ walk-in shower, custom lighting and a slimline sink.
Learn more about this tiny home on Tiny Heirloom website.
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