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Breezy tiny house was designed for throwing parties

Minimal distance from party to bed

Outside of tiny house in field Shelsi Lindquist/Tiny Heirloom

The conceit of a tiny house is that it’s tiny. This truth lends itself to certain limitations: Namely, your tiny home is not a place for entertaining. For anyone who’s tried to throw a party in a small apartment, they know the constraints—nowhere to sit, nowhere to cook, nowhere to put food and drinks.

Tiny home kitchen looking onto living room with open door

The Breezeway, a new tiny house from tiny home purveyor Tiny Heirloom, upends this idea with a simple workaround. The 32-foot home with a sweet butterfly roof has a garage-like door that slides open to connect the indoors with the outdoors. The door is part of a spacious living room, and when raised, gives the illusion of a not-so-tiny home. A similar approach has been seen in a few models from New Frontier Tiny Homes.

Tiny home kitchen with wet bar

The indoor-outdoor entertaining situation is aided by a wet bar seating area and a relatively tricked-out kitchen (by tiny home standards) with a three-burner propane stove, oven, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, and freezer.

Bedroom with lots of windows

The whole thing seems more suited to a raucous game night than it does for a rager. The upside of that, though? Your party will never look empty.

Via: Inhabitat