Ready to downsize to a tiny home on their land along the coast of the Pacific Northwest, an Oregon professor and his daughter contacted Tiny Heirloom to build their minimalist tiny house. With its main floor bedroom and loft with privacy wall, the family has room to spread out in the Tiny Home on the Coast.
For the exterior, Tiny Heirloom used shou sugi ban siding to provide a minimalist yet bold appearance.
Natural wood finishes were used throughout the interior. The main floor bed was built on a platform with storage space underneath. There is a lounging space and table with two chairs in front of the bed. Large windows are located behind the bed and in front of the table.
The kitchen is equipped with an electric cooktop, under-counter refrigerator, and deep single bowl sink.
The bathroom features a unique Japanese-style soaking tub and vessel sink. Above the bathroom is the bedroom loft, which has a skylight and ample storage space.
The Tiny Home on the Coast was featured in Season 2, Episode 9 of DIY Network’s Tiny Luxury.
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