Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Florida couple Rebekah and Robert Sofia built their own tiny house, the Gypsy Mermaid, and it is one of the most artistic, creative builds we’ve seen! They used a variety of reclaimed materials and one-of-a-kind items.

The charming exterior was built using reclaimed cedar siding and corrugated tin. Reclaimed windows, including a porthole and Pella window, were restored and used.

Inside, the Gypsy Mermaid lives up to its name. Hand-carved curved cypress rafters stand out against the white plaster ceiling. There is a brick oven (pizza!) with beautiful handmade copper door. A large chandelier hangs in front of the bedroom loft, which is lined with detailed trim.  In the bathroom is a pebble floor, clear vessel sink, and shower.

You can view a lot more pictures of the building process on the Sofias’ direct website, Gypsy Mermaid.

Reclaimed Siding - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Brick Oven - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House




Kitchen - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

French Doors - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Reclaimed Windows - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Tiny House Interior - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Hand Carved Rafters - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Living Area - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Kitchen & Laundry - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Dining Table - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Storage Stairs - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Storage Space - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Bedroom Loft - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Bathroom Sink - Gypsy Mermaid Tiny House

Images © Rebekah & Robert Sofia

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