It’s hard to imagine life before “tiny living” exploded as a trend. I understand tiny living because I was a Manhattanite for over 10 years. What does that mean? Don’t own stuff, don’t store stuff, and don’t collect stuff. The more rudimentary your belongings the better. But my client, a Manhattanite, was building a quiet tropical getaway. A place where he and his family can escape the crazy city life. It’s tiny, yes, but it’s mighty. Take a tour: I’m loving the results.
Thank you Jessica Glynn for you talents behind the camera!
Tiny but stylish! A home rich in varied wood finishes.
Design by Krista Watterworth AltermanA tiny bathroom can pack a style punch!
Little sitting areas give homeowners an escape from the chaos.
Light fixtures that hug the ceiling are a must in low profile rooms.
Kids also crave a sanctuary for play and rest.
Little readings respites are ideal!
Style with a capital “S” remains key to a tiny home.
The devil is in the details.