Tour this tiny home named Tiffany: It has everything you'll need

The desire to live a simpler life led Tim and Sam to explore the option of living in a tiny house. They instantly fell in love with Tiffany the moment that they saw her. On their website, the couple documents their adventures with their tiny home which they share with their cat, Oliver.
Some of the unique features of Tiffany are the custom-built stained glass door, the barrel ceiling as well as having two separate lofts. The home is also equipped with a Lutron Caseta wireless system.
Tiffany was built by Adam of A New Beginning Tiny Homes. Measuring 270 square feet, she sits on a Tumbleweed 24-foot trailer. The exterior has been painted light blue.
A custom upholstered bench with a matching footstool serves as the main seating area inside the house. A folding leaf table, made from the same walnut butcher block countertop found in the kitchen, serves a double purpose of being a work table during the day and a dining table during mealtimes.
The steps of stairs leading to the loft have sliding drawers which can be used to stow items that are not used every day. A bookcase displays a couple of books as well as other decorative items. Beside the bookcase is a washer and dryer which is an indispensable space-saving appliance for any tiny home.
It might look tiny, but the kitchen contains all the essential equipment for preparing a meal. The couple cook their food in the 20'' propane stove. The Cosori Air Fryer is another handy gadget that they use for cooking. The huge farmhouse-style sink make washing dishes a breeze. On the other side of the stove, is a 10.3 cubic foot refrigerator. ​
The queen-sized bed takes up most of the space in the master loft. The 12'' custom headboard provides a lot of storage space for extra beddings as well as the couples’ personal items.​
One of the most impressive features of this tiny home is the custom cedar wood removable Japanese tub which was made from an old telephone pole. The tub is surrounded by a 6''x 30'' Amalfi tumbled subway marble tile. A pocket door gives much-needed privacy in this room.