We Found Big Inspiration in This Tiny "Home"

We Found Big Inspiration in This Tiny "Home"

Sep 8, 2016
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We've been fans of the tiny home movement from day one and have loved seeing its evolution as it's gained momentum. So when we heard about Garnet Hill's mobile boutique — an upcycled shipping container decked out as a shoppable, livable home store, complete with kitchen, bedroom, and bath — we couldn't wait to climb inside and check it out.

It did not disappoint.

(Image credit: Garnet Hill)

This amazing mobile boutique is now docked at New York City's South Street Seaport, but its style inspiration lives everywhere. We found that with a combo of balance, beauty, and comfort, it has some big ideas for tiny-home living.

True to Garnet Hill's eco-chic ethos, the items in this itsy abode are beautifully designed and responsibly sourced, which helps them keep such a small space looking fresh. From the rustic jug-slash-flower-vase to the slim-and-simple chair, these stylish pieces whisper elegance instead of shouting it — exactly what you need in cramped quarters.

Things only get better in the bedroom: By combining space-efficient touches like open-faced storage shelves with crisp, bright bed linens, this sanctuary stays serene, even when square footage is at a premium. But our favorite part might be that seamlessly stylish closet situation: Capsule wardrobe for one, please!

Ready to move in? Do the next best thing:
Find your favorite pieces at Garnet Hill!

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