Woman’s Beautiful Tiny Home Is Also A Writing Studio And Library
Tiny homes are becoming more and more impressive by the day. And the one we’re about to share with you is pretty darn breathtaking. Nashville-based company New Frontier built a gorgeous tiny home for author Cornelia Funke, who not only uses the space as a guest house, but also as a mini library and writer’s retreat.
The tiny home is only 24 feet long and 8.5 feet wide, but the many windows and high ceilings give it the impression of being much larger. There’s a comfortable living area with a built-in table that can fold up or down as needed. Off the living area is a small kitchen featuring a sink, storage cupboards, and even a hidden dishwasher.
The tiny home’s washroom is extremely minimal, but it’s everything an overnight guest or writer experiencing a burst of inspiration would need! Plus, how awesome is that mint green wall color?!
Take a few steps up a wooden ladder and you’ve reached the sleeping area. Surprisingly, the loft-style bedroom features a king-size bed. And the removable ladder can be hooked onto the metal rods lining the library shelving around the tiny home’s perimeter.
So, how much did Cornelia’s 204-square-foot tiny home cost? Well, the final product cost her about $125,000. Although this is a higher price tag than many tiny homes we see, it’s pretty reasonable when you compare it to buying a traditional home in today’s real estate market. And while this tiny home isn’t exactly mobile, it certainly promotes the more simplistic, freeing lifestyle that those who choose the tiny home life are in search of!
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