To all those who dream of living life like a king or queen, I want to tell you this: The days of monarchs are gone but the age of tiny houses is here. While you may not have a castle to yourself you can always have a tiny house on wheels that is no less than a mobile paradise. Enter, the Vintage Ashley tiny house by KJE Tiny Homes, a perfect fairytale home for modern monarchs embracing the tiny lifestyle.
Measuring 26 feet long, the tiny house is built on a double-axle trailer. It boasts a beautiful exterior and is easy to tow wherever you want. The interior sets the bar high, however. Upon entering the Vintage Asley tiny house, you can spot a living room, which seems pretty spacious in pictures. I am assuming this from the previous models of KJE Tiny Homes, which don’t necessarily show living rooms in the pictures available on the company website.
One can spot an electric fireplace that is incorporated inside the wall in the living section of the Vintage Ashley. Above the fireplace is a television set, and a sofa or armchair facing it (presumably). Just adjacent is a staircase leading to the elevated bedroom of the tiny house. The loft in here is no less than a queen’s bedroom, thanks to a gorgeous bed and a chandelier hanging down from the ceiling. Probably, there is a wardrobe in the bedroom along the bed.
Coming downstairs, we have the kitchen which is functional and elegant. Featuring a generous countertop with a sink and a faucet, the kitchen also has plenty of space to stock essentials and groceries. It goes without saying, the Vintage Ashley tiny house will be accoutered with a range of appliances, though we only see an oven and cooktop in the pictures.
Lastly, the tiny house includes a bathroom that can be accessed via a sliding door. Fitted with a toilet, sink, and bathtub, the bathroom is designed to give you hotel-level convenience. Above the bathroom lies the second loft of the house which can be accessed via ladder. Overall, the Vintage Ashley tiny house sleeps four people and is best suited for a small royal family.
KJE Tiny Homes is notorious for uploading shabby pictures of their gorgeous tiny houses on the website. I will try and take this up with the builder for the better of its fan and Homecrux readers.
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