The Boomer is an off-grid capable tiny home from New Zealand-based Build Tiny. The modern home was designed with the short-term rental market in mind.
The exterior of the Boomer Tiny House is covered in Zincalume on the front and back walls and stained shadow plywood on the end walls. Louver windows next to the double entry doors adds airflow into the great room.
In the great room is a double sofa bed with storage underneath. Gray vinyl plank flooring was used throughout the 17-square-meter (~183-square-foot) home.
The kitchen has an overhanging counter to create a breakfast bar with room for two stools. In the kitchen are soft close drawers with push locks, a full sized oven, and refrigerator. A concealed electrical switchboard for the solar panel system is in one of the kitchen cabinets.
The bedroom loft has a built-in storage unit that works as a safety barrier. The loft floor has slats cut under the mattress so the mattress can breathe.
The bathroom includes an alcove shower with space-saving bi-folding doors that open inward, a privacy window, Aquatica Latino faucet, vanity with storage, and a Bambooloo composting toilet.
The Boomer Tiny House is sold as a shell starting at $55,990 NZD or complete build starting at $101,990 NZD. For more information about the home, you can visit the Build Tiny website.
Also available from Build Tiny: Millennial Tiny House.
Images © Build Tiny
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