Australian tiny home builder Tailored Tiny Co.’s Blue Mountain tiny house packs some serious luxury and modern style into a miniature footprint. This tiny home has plenty of headroom and an updated look that connects to the outdoors via several skylights, outdoor awnings and a deck for expanded living space. Have you thought about building a tiny home but wanted to check out tiny house designs or architectural drawings first? You can order architectural drawings for a Tailored Tiny Co. tiny home for just $250.
This is a far cry from a typical country house in the Blue Mountains. Surrounded by trees and a steep hillside to the front, the black and ultra-chic tiny home screams cutting-edge style. The home’s all-black steel cladding exterior includes timber trim under the angled overhang, and the extra-long roof is covered in skylights. Shade cloths cover the deck surrounding part of the home, creating extra outdoor living space.
Inside is just as unique, with custom-fitted flooring that angles wood in the kitchen up against a jagged edge of hexagonal tile in the bathroom. There is an open staircase up to a loft with windows looking out on a cat run in the back. This allows the cats to use an exterior litter box, a thoughtful detail for such a small living space.
The roof is elevated compared to most tiny homes on wheels, which means easier living but more permits required if relocated to another property. Double mirrors hide wardrobes in front of the bathroom, with enough room for two. Interior fixtures include a luxury rain shower with dual heads, a floating sink, an oven fitted under the stairs for more space, a large kitchen sink sunk into marble countertops, and custom blue drawer fronts. The living room enjoys lighting via hanging fixtures decorated with plants along the ceiling. The space even has enough room for a TV and sofa.
Meanwhile, the loft is tall enough to stand in, making it feel extra spacious. From the loft, inhabitants can look up at the spectacular skylights or out the large windows at the wilderness around the home. Between the windows, skylights, glass doors and covered deck, this tiny home fosters a strong connection to its outdoor surroundings.
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