There’s something very charming and enjoyable about tiny houses and about small spaces in general, especially when they’re decorated in a rustic or vintage style. The Archway is a perfect combination of both.
This rustic little house was designed by Tiny Heirloom and, from the outside, it features horizontal wood siding and dark trims around the windows and the door which match the roof and the trailer. The slight difference in color between the top section of the exterior walls and the rest adds depth to the design and differentiates the loft area from the main floor in a subtle way.
The interior of this tiny house is, as expected, packed with cool and useful features. The floor plan is limited and yet there’s plenty of space for all the basic features like a cozy seating nook, a small dining table setup, a functional kitchen, a bathroom, two loft areas that can be turned into bedrooms and even a little nook for a pet to chill in.
There’s two loft separate loft spaces, one above the seating nook at one end of the house and the other one on the opposite side, above the bathroom. These are multifunctional and can be used for storage or as sleeping areas since they can both accommodate twin mattresses. The flat roof makes helps these spaces look open and airy.
As for the main floor area, although it’s very limited, the way in which it’s all organized makes this house look and feel very cozy and welcoming. The interior design is also a clever combination of rustic and modern influences. The sliding barn door, the turquoise kitchen cabinetry and the ornate bathroom vanity are some of the elements which reinforce this classic combo.