Now that we all are finally living in a world where everyone wants to live a minimalist life, it comes as a prerequisite that our homes should be the first to reflect it. It implies that we rid of all the clutter and strip everything down to bare essentials.
Now, it might be a little difficult to make this happen when we live in big flats or mansions, but the tiny house lifestyle allows us to do so with its compact and practical design. One such tiny house that is small yet functional and simple yet elegant is Tiny House Nottingham by France-based tiny house maker Baluchon.
Designed for a client named Isabelle, the 19.6-foot-long dwelling features a living room, kitchen, bathroom, and loft bedroom. Built on a double-axle trailer, the tiny house is finished in cedar with double-glazing windows allowing light to penetrate inside. You can access the tiny house via a door located between the kitchen and the living room. A cat flap is also installed near the door to allow the owner’s feline to move in and out.
Upon entering the house, you are graced by an open space. From here, you can either access the kitchen area or move to the living room. Beginning with the living room, it features a bench that doubles as a guest bed. “The bench hides two large drawers and serves as an extra bed if needed,” mentions the company. Adjacent to the bench is a coffee table where you can keep minute essentials, while a wood-burning stove nearby will keep you warm during the winter season.
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Nearby is the kitchen accoutered with cabinets and a countertop that allows storage space and provides a decent space for cutting and chopping. Featuring a two-burner propane stove, a sink, a fridge, and a washer/dryer, the tiny house kitchen is simple, subtle, and decently functional. Close by is the bathroom featuring a shower and toilet.
The Nottingham tiny house features a single loft bedroom that can be accessed via a storage-integrated staircase. Boasting a typical low-ceiling bedroom, it sleeps two people who can gaze at the twinkling stars, courtesy of a huge skylight positioned in the ceiling.
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