Tiny houses come in all shapes and sizes. We’ve seen them built like double-decker buses and designed specifically to expand for parties. Some tiny homes completely rethink what a house should look like, while others look like pocket-sized versions of architectural archetypes.
This new model from Tiny Heirloom falls squarely into the latter category. Its facade is designed to look like a classic Tudor with mirrored features like a double-gabled roof and exposed woodwork that’s flanked by masonry.
The sturdy wood doors lead into a 220-square-foot interior, where the designers have outfitted the space with a traditional aesthetic. The house has marble countertops, a gas fireplace, and dark-wood floors, and a wrought-iron metal staircase leads to the lofted bedroom.
Despite its size, the tiny home feels remarkably faithful to the architectural style that inspired it. Unfortunately, it’s custom, so if you’re a tiny-Tudor lover, you’re going to have to commission your own or build one from scratch.
Via: New Atlas