Step Inside a Stylish Tiny Home With Enough Room For a Queen Bed, Office, and Two Cats

published Jan 3, 2021
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Tiny Build’s latest tiny home project will give you big house envy. The tiny home company constructed a two-story tiny home called Cyril the Tiny House—an abode affectionately named after their clients’ grandfather, who was a tiny house enthusiast long before they were even cool. The stylish home has enough space to accommodate a queen-sized bed, an office, two cats, and their two humans. 

Among the amenities of Cyril the Tiny House include an L-shaped kitchen with regal navy blue cabinets, sleek light fixtures, and bamboo countertops; a loft bedroom spacious enough for a queen-sized bed; a bathroom with a luxe copper sink bowl; a living space furnished with a grey couch and a sleek marble-swirled coffee table; an office space on the second story, and even a spare loft area that could accommodate guests. 

The pièce de résistance? Cat bridge shelves for feline companions Elivs and Snacks that seamlessly blend into Cyril’s modern decor. Like all tiny homes, Cyril is decked out with ample storage space. Even the staircase doubles as makeshift drawers. And like many tiny home dwellers, Tiny Build’s clients Summer and Jason were heavily involved in the process. 

“Even with our 13-plus design revisions, [our in-house designer] Gina was dreamy to work with and always did her best to accommodate our requests—cat bridges, bathroom redesigns, expanding bifold doors to max width,” the clients said. “Living in Cyril is like being on holiday every day.” 

Other features include a shower with a shower dome, washing machine, built-in gas heater, gas califont, and natures-head composting toilet. Cyril is powered by an on-grid 16 amp caravan connection and full off-grid lithium solar set up. Swipe through the images of Summer, Jason, Elivs, and Snacks’ dreamy two-story tiny home in the gallery—and watch Tiny Build’s house tour video, too—above.