The world that had been increasingly bent on the phrase, “bigger is better,” is starting to undergo radical changes. People in today’s society are looking for less complication, more simplicity. Suddenly for many, “less is more” is the new phrase.
But does “less” that mean that luxury and style have to be compromised as well? Not always. And this tiny cabin is certainly no exception to that. In fact, this home exudes more extravagance than many average homes that stand twice its size (and price). Don’t believe it? Step right up, folks. Don’t forget to wipe your feet at the door.
This home is just as modern as your typical home, boasting the latest in technology, including a flat-screen TV built into the wall to save on space. And speaking of saving on space, there is also built-in shelving in the living room for all your books and knick-knacks. The recessed lighting also saves space, and at the same time creates a warm ambiance for the room that most likely brings in the most traffic and has the most use. And don’t worry about feeling claustrophobic, the ceiling arches provide a great deal of height and give off the impression of expanded space. And let’s not forget the large fireplace. This living room is cozy and comfortable.
Do you love to cook and are afraid that a tiny home won’t be able to handle your culinary prowess? Have no fear, this kitchen is roomy. Maybe even more so than some of your average kitchens in larger homes. The kitchen island is, of course, the most remarkable feature and a must-have for real cooks who need that extra counter space in order to spread out. And the appliances? No skimping there either. The sink, fridge, and stove are all full size. And check out the hardwood floor ceiling. That’s not something you see every day.
Large families, please do apply because this cabin can definitely accommodate a family. Not only are there two full bedrooms, there is also additional space in the loft that can be used for a bed. Or a home office. Or a TV nook. Or anything your heart desires. The possibilities are truly endless.
The bedrooms themselves are bright and friendly with more than enough natural light flowing in from the many windows. No need for electricity for lights during the day, the sun has got you covered.
Now you would think with that much space in the living room area, the kitchen, and the bedrooms, that some room would have to be a bit scant, and naturally that would be the bathroom, right? Certainly not the case here. The bathroom in this tiny cabin is actually the true charmer of the entire home. It comes with a fully functional incinerator toilet. This revolutionary dry toilet is the only one in the United States and operates by burning human waste instead of flushing it down with water. It is captured in a holding tank and once incinerated, turned into an ash that is pathogen-free. The bathroom also features a “rain-style” shower which is, of course, the leader in opulence when it comes to comfort and relaxation in shower.
This tiny home is proof positive that downsizing to a smaller scale doesn’t mean that you have to settle for less. At all. We really don’t need nearly as much “stuff” as we previously thought in order to sustain ourselves–and even live happier.