When you have a passion, it is often reflected in your home. So when this San Diego family decided to join the tiny home community with a custom-built model by Portland-based Tiny Heirloom, they used their daughter’s passion for the theater as an inspiration in the design.

angled view of wooden tiny home with red front door at dusk

The tiny home greets its residents with a vibrant red front door. Inside, the design feels luxe with touches of gold and deep red. Intricately hammered metal is the focal point in both the ceiling and the backsplash of the 80-square-foot kitchen. The curved dining table with a shimmering gold top is also a nod to traditional theater characteristics. Functional elements in the space include a full-size oven, stovetop and refrigerator/freezer. The entertainment area adjacent to the kitchen embodies the theatrical vibe with a tufted red velvet sofa and a large, flat-screen television.

kitchen with wood cabinets and granite countertops

red velvet tufted sofa facing flat-screen tv

With only 200-square feet, the home boasts two separate sleeping spaces, including a master bedroom with a double bed, a skylight and two additional windows. A stairway leads to the quarters, lit with a theater-style glow to highlight the lower steps. An additional sleeping loft hosts two more beds for the kids or guests and another skylight perfect for viewing the theater of the stars at night. With a total of nine windows, the entire home benefits from plenty of natural light.

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sleeping loft with double bed

bathroom with full-size tub and flushing toilet

Limited square footage does not limit the design elements in the detail-oriented bathroom. Tile inlay is the focal point in the full-size bath and shower, and a flushing toilet is a comfort not found in many tiny homes. The theater theme is not overlooked in this room either with a vintage– and chandelier-style light fixture above the large sink.

sleeping loft with two single beds

aerial view of tiny home with kitchen, small dining set and red velvet tufted sofa

Interior shiplap walls and cedar materials offer a comfortable, homey feel while built-in shelving allows ample room for storage and displays. Altogether, this tiny home is certainly a show-stopper.

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