The tiny house is made up of two trailers. One serves as a bedroom, and a porch connects to another trailer. A storage rack built down from the ceiling houses the clients' fishing poles and camping gear. For tiny homes, you must use every square inch of storage!
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed a depressing room into a bright and festive nursery for the Purks' baby on the way. The old wall paneling was removed and replaced with light blue painted drywall with white trim.
In order to give the ready-made bookshelves a custom, architectural look, Matt and Jodi had a contractor install the two pairs back-to-back. Once the bookshelves were attached to the walls with L-brackets, the exposed sides were clad with luan and trimmed out with 1x3 MDF (medium density fiberboard) paint in the same shade of white as the melamine shelves.
The homeowners wanted a place where they could entertain and that was both comfortable and practical. The natural raw wood coffee table centers the living room, adding unique character to the space. Sleek furniture and throw pillows in varying patterns bring vibrancy to the room.
Clean white walls and a vaulted ceiling give this living room a spacious and airy look. On either side of the fireplace, two woven chairs with faux-fur throws become stylish seats for guests. The real star of the space, though, is the blue velvet sofa, which ties the eclectic design together.
The handmade bedspread brings a soft pattern and texture to this bedroom. A unique rock light fixture hangs above the bed, which is decorated with a wood breakfast tray and patterned throw pillows. A wood chair with a hot pink pillow adds a bright pop of color against the neutral and white tones. Fresh flowers and sheer curtains complete the look.
White End Table With Fabric-Covered Lamp and Knick-Knacks
A small white end table with an east Asian flair holds small knick-knacks that show the owners' personality and a wicker lamp with a customized, fabric-covered shade. The white painted walls and Mexican tile floor give the space an always-fresh look that feels uncluttered — even with so many accessories.
A teal sideboard with gold filigree adds a much needed pop of color against this neutral wall. Silver candlesticks and a white owl figurine sit atop the table, while framed prints add pattern to the boho design seen on HGTV's Buying and Selling.
The living room walls are painted a bright white, while the wooden beams are a soft, green accent. Two second-hand chairs and a sofa were reupholstered with fresh bright colors and prints, which adds to the airy, bright room.