If you want to live in a tiny house that looks like something straight from the pages of a fantasy storybook, look no further than the gorgeous Tudor House by Tiny Heirloom. We have featured quite a few houses by Tiny Heirloom on our site, but this has to be one of the greatest masterpieces.
True to its name, the Tudor House is built in the traditional Tudor style, complete with all the architectural embellishments that one would expect from that style. It would of course look amazing parked anywhere, but it is particularly well-suited to this woodland setting.
The same approximate color scheme which is the on the exterior of the building is also continued inside. The interior architecture is also consistent with the Tudor style. The result is a look of old-world charm and luxury.
Even the front door and the porch light encompassed the ornate beauty of the Tudor style.
The wrought iron knocker looks even more fantastic from this angle. I’m always interested in the people who choose tiny house living, but the sheer imaginative quality of his house makes me extra curious about the creative, eccentric individual for whom it was designed.
What I really like about this house is the fact that it is consistent in its style. It is not simply a contemporary-looking house with a few Tudor accents. It is Tudor through and through. The spirit of that style emanates from the entire building.
There is a little shed attached to the outside to provide some extra storage space.
Here’s one of the most magnificent photos of the interior of the Tudor House. It shows off a stunning countertop and faucet, a breathtaking fireplace, a beautiful wood cabinet, and some lovely shelves. You can also see the timbering on the interior walls as well as decorative ceiling.
In fact, you can see the ceiling slightly better in this photo. This also does better showing you the wood cabinet.
Every single element found inside this home is suffused with ornate grandeur.
Now let’s take a look at the view facing the other direction. Here we have a fairly traditional tiny house layout, with the stairs leading up to the loft across from the kitchen, Nonetheless, this house could never blend into the crowd. The materials used are simply stunning, and really serve to give this house undeniable distinction. And of course you cannot miss the amazing loft railing, which is simply an ode to natural beauty!
While décor on this shelf is simple, you can see some personal touches.
The tile backsplash is really something, and it has a beautiful effect since it takes up the entire section of the wall. The intriguing purplish color of the cabinets is also a fascinating and unusual design choice. The color plays really well off of the browns and grays through the rest of the home.
All the colors and materials used in this house have a unifying effect to create a unique atmosphere.
Because this house is so beautiful, it’s easy to focus purely on design elements and not on practical aspects. Nonetheless, this tiny Tudor has everything you could ask for, even a laundry area.
I don’t know what material was used for these bathroom walls, but the effect is that of marble. Between that and the huge bathtub, the bathroom looks utterly luxurious.
Every inch of this house includes decorative details to enhance its appearance and ambience—even the bathroom windows.
A bathtub like this is certainly not a feature that fits inside every tiny house. It is pretty awesome that there is enough space in here for this bit of luxury.
Personally, I was blown away by the artistry and attention to detail in this tiny Tudor house. I’m also very envious of the person who gets to call it home. I hope that you enjoyed it as much as I did. Make sure to visit Tiny Heirloom.