Inspired by their Laurier and Ébène models, the Magnolia by Minimaliste offers a full height main floor bedroom and a bump-out TV area in the living room.
The park model tiny house is 10.5′ x 36.5′ with 425-square-feet of total living space including the guest/storage loft.
Minimaliste kept their signature design with a two-tone cedar exterior with horizontal and vertical arrangement. For the black color they used the Shou Sugi Ban technique, which matches nicely with the black windows and steel transitions.
Inside the Magnolia is a white painted ceiling, which is a first for Minimaliste. This helped brighten the interior, and the dark stained wood beams add some warmth that ties into the other stained wood finishes throughout the house.
Similar to the Ébène model, the living room includes built-in furniture in the bump-out TV area, a large window on each side, and room for a standard size sofa. Behind the sofa is a closet with two clothes rods and the electrical panel.
The kitchen contains several storage spaces including a tall pull-out pantry and a variety of cabinets and drawers. The L-shaped quartz countertop creates a separation between the kitchen and living room while functioning as a dining table and work surface. Appliances include a dishwasher, oven, induction cooktop, and apartment size refrigerator. Minimaliste also installed the stackable washer and dryer in the kitchen.
The bathroom is located between the kitchen and master bedroom, providing extra separation between the bedroom and main living area. The bathroom features a large vanity with quartz countertop, backlit medicine cabinet, Nature’s Head composting toilet, and 32″×42″ shower with glass door.
There is a loft located above the bathroom, which can be used as a storage space or guest room.
As with the Laurier model, at the rear of the Magnolia is the main floor master bedroom with full height ceiling. The bedroom is large enough for a king size bed and has built-in nightstands and a large cabinet above the bed. The bed also lifts to reveal more storage space.
For more details about the Magnolia, please visit the Minimaliste website.
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