While searching for a lead for the day, I came across the Arden tiny house based in Vancouver, Canada. I have this tendency to exaggerate about how beautiful a tiny house is but it’s the simplicity of the Arden tiny home that won my heart this time around. Designed by Rewild Tiny Homes, the gorgeous tiny house measures 34 feet long and 8.6 feet wide. The micro-dwelling exudes a west coast vibe, thanks to its cedar-finished exterior complimented by metal accenting.
Featuring a number of windows, Arden is a bright tiny house boasting a cozy interior with two lofts, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a living room. The living room shimmers with gorgeousness and can be equipped with a couch and a table. The makers have already incorporated an electric fireplace in the living room to provide you the warmth in the Vancouver winters.
Adjacent is the removable ladder that leads to the first loft of the tiny house. Functioning as a bedroom, the loft sleeps a couple of people. Encompassed by windows on two sides, the loft bedroom is light-filled and breezy.
Downstairs, the kitchen of the tiny house is accoutered with a number of floating shelves and cabinets making storage easy. The tiny house also features a range of appliances and accessories from a sink and four-burner cooktop to a full-size fridge and oven.
Nearby is the bathroom. I have to admit, it’s the epitome of simplicity and gorgeousness. Featuring a glass shower, vanity, and toilet, the bathroom offers all the comforts of cozy living. Finally, there is a storage–integrated staircase leading to the second loft of the tiny house. It is the primary bedroom that sleeps a minimum of two people and has a skylight.
In case you plan to visit Vancouver and want to experience what it’s like living in a tiny home without buying one, the company offers you rental services as well. For further information and queries, visit the official website of Rewild Tiny Homes.
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