We may have been acquainted with the idea of living in small spaces for generations but the ‘Tiny Home living’ has attracted notable attention from millions across the globe. This house is giving us heavy inspiration for space management and styling our small home. This house has caught our eye & makes us believe that no space is ‘too tiny’ to live in, if you plan, design and execute well.
The Bela & Spencer Fishbeyn tiny home also known as the Tiny House in Boulder Creek or ‘Escher’ has caught a lot of eyes all over the world due to its smart design and minimalist aesthetics. The house is a 300-square-foot structure located in California at a piece of land by the Santa Cruz Mountains. It has two bedrooms, a kitchen, a dining room, a bathroom with a walk-in closet and shower. What really makes the house appealing is the abundance of natural light and the fact that it doesn’t confine to the traditional indoor-outdoor boundaries.
The living room opens up to a patio with a Barbecue deck and outdoor seating. The couple has also assembled an additional dining area & a room to lounge outside the home for accommodating guests.
The Fishbeyn couple prefers to rent ‘Escher’ out on Airbnb as and when they are away on vacations at only 14-15000 per night! That being a far-fetched alternative, we feel it’s best to take inspiration and make-shift your own home spaces.
The mainstay idea of ‘tiny home living’ is to downsize living and make the most out of available space. And that is the beauty of living in small spaces. Every nook & corner is given utmost attention to and styled to perfection, until it meets the taste of the home-owners. When the spaces are small and cosy, you can find inventive storage ideas to fit your needs and perfect them as you go.