Whenever we critically analyze a tiny house our focus is on various aspects right from spaciousness and storage of the interiors, to the overall design and mobility of the rig. Having said that the Daisy Vera tiny house by Build Tiny incorporates all the aforementioned elements in one. The result, a gorgeous home on wheels that not only offers loads of storage but also brims with elegance.
The moniker Daisy Vera sounds like one of those Disney flicks where Mickey Mouse and his band head for an adventure to rescue Daisy Duck from trouble. However, the name originates from the clients’ two grandmothers and is an ode to them and their family heritage. Moving on, the 23 feet long tiny house is finished in steel frame and vinyl cladding, and features dual lofts, a spacious living room, a functional kitchen, and a bathroom.
When you are done adoring the exterior, it’s time to enter the home. Upon stepping inside, you are graced by the gorgeous living room equipped with a sofa bed and a set of tables. Irrespective of all these features, the biggest talking point of the tiny house is the stained glass window that adds a charming aesthetic to the house.
“The client provided us with the piece of colored glass that was handed down to her from within her family. We then had it encased into a double-glazed unit and installed with the rest of the window,” mentions Build Tiny.
Adjacent to the living room is the storage-integrated staircase leading to the first loft of the tiny house. This section primarily functions as a storage room and can be used to keep heavy essentials. Daisy Vera also has another loft which can be accessed via a different set of stairs. Featuring a double bed and space to store clothes and books, the secondary loft includes a skylight for you to peek at the twinkling stars.
Moving downstairs again, we have the kitchen which is accoutered with a number of appliances ranging from an oven, a propane-powered stove, and a fridge. Not to mention, a washing machine that is incorporated into the cabinet section. If you are wondering where to eat dinner and grab breakfast? Well, a small fold-up table extends the counter space to fulfill this requirement.
Lastly, we have the bathroom which is accessed via a sliding door. Surprisingly, the bathroom features a pull-out storage unit, where you can house your essentials. Other than the add-on feature, it obviously has a composting toilet, and a shower. Another important point to note is that Daisy Vera is an off-grid tiny house, so it relies on power from a roof-based solar panel.
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