Portland-based tiny house manufacturer, Tiny Heirloom, is known for exquisite mobile dwellings. Pairing the art of comfortable downsized living with off-grid capabilities, Tiny Heirloom releases Kingston Tiny House on Wheels; a solar-powered dwelling for the ultimate life on the road.
The beautiful Kingston tiny house is a gooseneck model that is equipped with energy-efficient appliances, a spacious living room, an epicurean kitchen, a loft bedroom, one ground-floor bedroom in the gooseneck, two skylights, and a residential-style bathroom. It is also designed with plenty of windows to pour in and maximize energy efficiency.
Packing a practical living space for a small family, the Kingston’s door opens into the living room. The living room is equipped with a sofa, a coffee table, and a wall-mounted television with cabinets for storage beneath. There is even a small electric fireplace to keep the interior warm, should you decide to venture out into the snowy northern climes.
On the right side of the door is the gooseneck bedroom tucked behind a sliding barn door. It has plenty of space for a king-size bed to sleep two. This could be the master bedroom with the necessary privacy.
On the other side is the kitchen. It is spacious and features a granite countertop with a three-burner stove, a range hood, a microwave, an oven, a farmhouse sink, a refrigerator, and plenty of storage in the form of under-counter and overhead cabinets and floating shelves. A staircase opposite the kitchen leads to the loft bedroom, which can accommodate another two people with ease. A closet is located under the stairs.
Past the kitchen is the bathroom of the tiny house. Concealed behind a pocket door, it is a bright space with a vanity sink, glass-enclosed shower cabin, and a toilet. Needless to say, the Kingston tiny house is a gorgeous off-grid dwelling for a family that travels together.
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