It’s a Tiny Home With a Garage Door, and It’s Ready to Party
Well that certainly opens the space up
Tiny homes, by definition, do not a great party space make. Mainly because … Where do you put people? On the combo futon/secret closet or in the low-clearance breakfast nook? But they’re also mobile, good-looking and whimsical — all elements that very well could make or break a good gathering.
Tiny Heirloom Tiny Homes (5 images)
Tiny Heirloom make some of our favorite models on the market, including one that has a climbing wall on its facade. With the Breezeway, you get the prerequisite bed loft (works fine as long as you’re not prone to sitting up suddenly in the middle of the night), a pop-up TV and high-end, efficient appliances. In other words, you won’t be roughing it.
And it can host guests well, thanks to the wet bar and garage-door wall that opens the space up for a small crowd.
Best part, for the month of May, Tiny Heirloom is including $3,500 worth of gear — including a Bose sound system and a flatscreen TV — to anyone who buys one of their designs. The occasion? The return of the company’s own TV show “Tiny Luxury” on the DIY Network, the third season of which premiered yesterday.