Tiny Heirloom is a family-run construction firm from Portland, Ore., that has gone into building tiny homes in a big way. They urge customers to "downsize but not downgrade," and pride themselves in the construction of luxury homes on wheels. At the same time, the company says that "every project starts with a blank page," implying that no two tiny homes are quite the same.
This gem is simply known as the home build for a family of four, which points to another definition of luxury, namely having a close-knit family living under one roof.
That brings us to another Tiny Heirloom family value: They like to show off their homes with stunning pictures and let the photos do the bragging for them. Let's take a look at this one and let the photos speak for themselves.
A pleasant sitting nook with a wonderfully placed window. The walnut stain used for the floor and trim accents nicely with the white paint.
Here's what you see from the sitting nook. The large walnut colored cabinet on the left is, indeed, the staircase.
Here's the reverse view showing the staircase and the bathroom, which has a red towel hanging against the wall.
A quick look at the bathroom shows the handsome vanity next to a compost-style toilet.
Simple enough. The round sink is a nice touch.
For a family of four, the kitchen is ground zero, so it needs to be functional, spacious ...
... and pleasant.
And you need a place to sit down and eat. This dining table is opposite the sitting nook.
One of the sleeping lofts, which has plenty of headroom.