This 12.5 x 3.5m tiny home on foundations really brings to life a family feel. Designed for people affected by the bushfires, or after any disaster, this home puts emphasis on family. With a large living/kitchen/dining, 3 bedrooms and a large bathroom/laundry combo, you'll fid everything you need.
The kitchen and living area/dining are separated by a small 900 mm wall, enough room to comfortably separate the wall oven, and the dining table. Two staircases lead to 2 bedrooms above the bathroom and master bedroom downstairs.
Cover & Introduction
Living and Dining Room
A kids bedroom or office, depending on the needs. Storage under the beds too, a split system and a TV on the opposite wall with 2 wall lamps and 2 large windows.
Included here is the Dining/living room. A 3 seater couch sits across the media unit with a 42 inch TV. The dining table can be pulled out and moved so as to fit the family comfortably. A blue rug gives the dark wood floor some life. Blinds on the windows provide protection from the light & privacy.
Here you have the kitchen, leading into the bathroom. Included is a wall oven, a microwave, a bench stove top and plenty of overhead storage.
The pale blue walls are given an extra lick of light by a large 3000mm x 1000mm window above the overhead cabinets.
The upstairs bedroom, including queen bed, bedside table with lamp, a closet and a large window with TV on the opposite wall provides all you need for a bedroom.
The downstairs bedroom, good for those who are unable to climb stairs. A queen bed and a large closet and a TV on the opposite wall provide plenty of practicality.