A Perfect Blend of Style and Sustainability

A Perfect Blend of Style and Sustainability

The thing I love about small and tiny homes is that each one is so unique, each space is a reflection of the builder and whoever lives there, just like any home you look at. "A Perfect Blend of Style and Sustainability," is found in this original tiny home.

This unique home is made by Sustainable Arbor Works, who say that a tiny home should be something that reflects the personality and principles of the owner. This place does exactly that, with its bright colors of blue and red, complemented with natural pine, and textural elements and patterns found in the staggered shingles, sidings and corrugated aluminum. The interior is just as amazing with the attention to detail and craftsmanship. The loft sleeping area is large enough to fit a king sized bed and has built in shelving and outlets, the stairs leading up to the loft offer storage in each step. The reclaimed and sustainable wood accents help define this small space. The floors use both bamboo and cork, the walls are covered with beetle kill pine, the live edge kitchen counter is a nice addition, the kitchen has a 2 burner stove and kitchen aid convection oven, lots of cabinets, the bathroom has a full shower, vanity and toilet. All this in 170 square feet, I think that is unbelievable, and whats even more amazing is this small space looks so great.

I would imagine that small home living takes a bit of adjusting to get used to, just like anything, but when you design a home with function and aesthetics in mind, something that will suit your needs and personality, what you essentially have is a space that will serve your exact needs, without extras that aren't always needed. What you lose in space you make up for in money saved and originality.

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