Going tiny (literally)!
We hated to see this one go! Our client had some fun ideas for his tiny house and gave us creative license to join in! He parked his tiny home in a sleepy RV park in Palmdale FL. (See our Parking page.)
Secluded and quiet, the tiny homeowner uses his new home as a weekend get-away. It’s a respite from the hustle-and-bustle of everyday life in the modern world. He still watches movies on Blu-ray though!
Our new “tiny houser” hasn’t decided on a name yet for his tiny house, and he’s open to ideas. Do you have a recommendation for a name for his tiny home? Leave it below in the comments. If he chooses one, we’ll let you know!
28′ Tiny House.
Over trailer-tongue AC mini-split condenser.
Tankless hot water heater box.
Perfect for the beach… An outdoor shower! A custom tiny house has all the features of your dream home.
The tiny homeowner loves his living area with the three windows.
Cabin door with large window above for lots of light!
Fold up table.
TV and Blu-ray cubby.
Stairs to loft.
Who needs IKEA?
The stairs get wider at the top.
Cozy sleeping loft for guests.
It’s all about multi-function in a tiny house.
A desk with plenty of space.
And plenty of storage.
Living in a tiny home is like living in a Transformer… It’s more than meets the eye; it’s a house in disguise!
Looking into the combo living area/bedroom from the kitchen.
Granite counter tops and stainless steel range.
Stainless steel apartment size refrigerator.
Counter and backsplash detail.
Stainless steel venting hood.
A tiny home doesn’t have to have a tiny kitchen. It can be any size, depending on your needs.
You can even have a stackable washer/dryer! (I… know!)
Kitchen ceiling detail.
Entry to the full bath.
Sliding barn door detail.
Enter into a spacious tiny house bathroom…
A bathroom sink comes standard with all Cornerstone tiny homes. The shape and size is up to you!
“Hidden” bathroom shelves.
A porcelain “high boy” toilet is standard in all our tiny’s, as well as an obscured glass window.
A large shower with corner shelves.
Wood floor detail.
A large back window opens up the space.
AC/Heater mini-split unit with thermostat. A smoke/carbon monoxide detector is required by RVIA fire and life safety regulations. (See our RVIA Certified Builder page.)
Time to relax in your new tiny home!