Tiny Home of Zen by Tiny Heirloom

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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