Designed by Frank Henderson and Paul Schultz, the Toy Box Tiny Home is a whimsically colorful tiny house that combines modern design with ecologically responsible materials. The white thermoplastic roof and multicolored corrugated fiberglass cubes help make this 140-square-foot tiny house one of the most unique we’ve seen.
In the living room is a sofa created by joining eight movable storage cubes together. The cubes can be moved around to transform the space into a dining area or guest bedroom. The kitchen has a 7′ stainless steel counter, under-counter refrigerator and freezer, and an induction cooktop. A hidden pantry wall stores additional items while keeping the space clutter-free.
A lot more detail can be found on the direct website for the Toy Box Tiny Home.
Images © Mieke Zuiderweg
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