Most people advocate of the tiny house lifestyle because it gives them the freedom and flexibility to travel anywhere without compromising the comforts of a regular home. In addition, a tiny house also cuts their carbon footprint to half and allows them to embrace a minimalist lifestyle, ultimately saving a lot of money for future investment. But that’s a different story altogether, today we focus on the freedom and flexibility aspect, and the $78,400 Stardust tiny house has loads of it to offer.
Designed by Far Out Tiny Homes, the Stardust tiny house is built on a double-axle trailer. It measures 20 feet long and 8.5 feet wide, which is akin to the size of most micro dwellings usually found in the French region. Towable anywhere, this tiny house boasts a wooden exterior with metal accenting that makes the home look exquisite.
A gaggle of windows allows the interior to stay light-filled during the daytime, while various lighting options inside illuminate the interior during the night. The interior also features waterproof luxury flooring and an MDF Shiplap finish throughout. The layout comprises a living room, loft bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom.
It’s pretty rare that I begin describing a home with a bathroom, but with Stardust’s tiny house that has to be the case, courtesy of its gigantic bathroom. A good chunk of the interior is taken up by the bathroom, which is a rarity in a tiny house. Featuring a walk-in shower with a glass door, an 18-inch floating vanity, a flush toilet alongside a towel, hand towel, and toilet paper hardware, the tiny house bathroom is both spacious and aesthetically pleasing.
A loft bedroom is placed above the bathroom. It comprises a queen-size mattress, and floating shelves that sleep two people comfortably and offers the users a space to adorn the interior with decorative items. Downstairs is the living room and the kitchen of the tiny home. The living room hosts a sofa that seats two. It faces a butcher block desk, installed into the wall for occupants to work from home.
A kitchen is situated next to the desk and contains a countertop, multiple cabinets, a sink, and some storage space. A number of appliances including the likes of a fridge, a built-in induction cooktop, and a 9000 BTU Minisplit add layers of functionality to the house. For more details, visit the official website of the Far Out Tiny Homes.
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