With everyone obsessing over tiny homes these days, many people are looking to find the perfect tiny house to fit their needs. Build Tiny’s newest design, The Boomer, aims to fill the short-term rental niche made popular by Airbnb and offer those who are curious about tiny home living a chance to customize their very own home. With options ranging from completely DIY to turnkey, The Boomer helps clients build the tiny homes of their dreams.
From the outside, The Boomer closely resembles Build Tiny’s Millennial and Buster models. It measures nearly 180 square feet and is protected by aluminum- and zinc-coated steel and plywood. Its light weight makes it ideal for exploring off-road destinations.
The Boomer comes ready to roll – or not. If you’d rather have fun with a major DIY project, you can opt for just the shell of the home. Otherwise, all the amenities of a modern home are available in this tiny home, including a full-sized oven, a four-burner propane-powered stove top, a refrigerator and freezer, a shower, a washer/dryer and a composting toilet. Available extras include solar roof tiles and an additional bedroom loft.
The ample kitchen cabinets and drawers have push-button locks and whisper-close hinges. A pullout spice rack next to the oven lets you easily add flavor to all your meals without taking up too much space. A hidden trash bin pulls out adjacent to the kitchen sink. A pull-out overhang on the kitchen bench-top becomes a breakfast bar. Louvered French doors encourage natural air flow, and they open into a living room that is large enough to comfortably hold a standard-size sofa or sofa-bed. A short stairwell leads to a bedroom loft that can even accommodate a super king-sized bed.
This tiny home has standard features that set it apart from others. For easy maintenance, the bathroom, kitchen and great room have vinyl flooring. Carpet in the bedroom loft adds a touch of plush elegance. The great room has enough space for you to exercise personal furnishing options without skimping on style.
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