The creative minds over at Tiny Heirloom are absolute experts at designing small, stylish and luxurious signature homes, and their latest project is no exception. A sufficiently charming union of small space and Tudor-style architecture, the small home's construction reflects the request of a private client who wanted the residence to have a perennial design packed into a tiny house.
"The exterior of [owner] Jenn's house was very important to her," Tiny Heirloom said of the space. "She wanted it to look and feel like you were back in time whenever you laid eyes on it. So together, we drew inspiration from…different architecture but decided Tudor was the best fit. It's such a unique style but it really finished off the design quite perfectly."
The designers complied with their private client's request by packing as many Tudor-influenced architectural elements into the diminutive 220-square-foot space as possible. Dark hickory hardwood floors, granite countertops complement the dwelling's half-timbered exterior. Inside, there are a few design elements that give the space a vintage feel, including a propane three-burner hob and oven with mosaic tile surround and a hammered copper sink located in the kitchen. The classic décor trend continues in the bathroom with the copper clawfoot tub and a ceramic sink. A spiral staircase leads up the tiny home's only loft-style bedroom, which is perched just above the kitchen area. In addition to ample ceiling lights throughout, the home has plenty of windows and a skylight to help natural light to easily permeate the space.
According to New Atlas, the tiny, tudor-inspired residence measures 24 feet long and 8.6 feet wide, and reaches its highest point at 13.6 feet. It receives power from an RV hookup. Quotes for this particular project aren't made public, but stop by Tiny Heirloom's site for a quote on a customized tiny home.