Unusual-shaped tiny home's kitchen alone is worth the visit, but don't miss the bathroom sink

Out of Longwood, Fla., Cornerstone Tiny Homes, run by Brett and Kim Hiltbrand, have created a high-end, 32-feet gooseneck trailer tiny home they call the Westbury. It features a unique, two-loft layout splashy granite countertops, a 5-foot walk-in tile shower, a washer and dryer, stainless steel appliances and, according to their website, "engineered wood flooring that matches a stained tongue-and-groove ceiling."
In so many words, the Westbury has to be seen to be believed. Its most unusual feature is the split loft layout in which one loft serves as a huge master bedroom, while the other loft serves as a lounge or living room. This is accomplished with help from a very unusual roof line -- cathedral peaks at both ends of the house that allow you to stand up in the lounge, even though it is built on a loft. Let's take a look.
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This photo will give you a partial feel to the downstairs with the kitchen to the left as you walk in the door.
In the background is the bathroom -- that fancy bowl is the bathroom sink.
Not only is this countertop made of exquisite, polished granite, but it also has the unusual design of having a large overhang, which hides a few of the cabinets underneath.
Another look at the beautiful granite counter.
This view shows the door on the right, just past the end of the kitchen counter. It also shows you that the foyer area is taken up by stairs that serve as storage units. You can also see the height of the living room ceiling, which towers above the height of the couches.
Here's a look at the lounge, which sits on the neck of the gooseneck, but has a ceiling high enough to stand under.
This exterior shot is provided to show that the living room lounge sites higher than the main floor, but not as high as the bedroom, which is a loft on the left-hand side above the kitchen.
This is the bedroom. You can see the lounge loft is at a lower level in the background.
This shot also shows the three-color painting scheme. There's tan on the right, teal on the left and white for trim.
This is the bedroom facing the opposite direction. You can see it fits a queen-sized bed and has ample elbow room. It has a "crawl-in" closet in the back.
Under the bedroom is the bathroom, which includes this unique sink sitting on top of more polished granite.​
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If you're going to have a full-sized shower in a tiny home, why not deploy some high-end tiling. The mosaic flooring works well with the striped tiling used for the walls.

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