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!
Floor-to-ceiling curtains in navy and white block out the light over the rustic wood canopy bed. Rose gold sconces provide reading light over the bed, which is dressed in a mix of contemporary patterns.
This girl's bedroom looks like something out of a fairy tail, complete with the unicorn and butterfly wall details. The coral dresser is a statement piece of the room and is a beautiful addition to the floral wallpaper.
This whimsical room feels like the first day of Spring with the floral wallpaper, blissful hues and a little sprinkling of everything magical. From the crochet swing to the charming decor, this space is sure to make any kid (or adult) feel like they're in a fairy tale.
Framed watercolor art evokes the movement of waves flowing in and out, even capturing the ocean's natural hues which inspired the color palette of this home. Sand-colored linen couches add to the coastal look of this living room.
Warm, neutral paint contrasts with exotic artwork and accessories to create an intriguing statement. The large, turquoise decorative pot adds a distinct element and brightly accents the simple, gray-toned wall. In a purposeful asymmetric presentation, handblown-glass floral art is hung along one wall in the living room. Glass sculptures in their spectacular hues of red, orange, yellow, and other colors generate an eye-caching focal point from all vantage points.
A neutral tufted bench is paired with an eclectic mix of pillows creating a cozy seating area beside the window. Striped throw rugs add warmth to the hardwood floors, while heavy cream-colored curtains soften the picturesque windows.
Kristen was able to give her modest 10-by-12-foot living room a high-energy, sophisticated look by sticking with flea markets for staple pieces, then updating them with color. The walls were painted a dark blue tone from Benjamin Moore called Black Horizon. "I love using dark colors to create backdrops for my pieces," she says. "The canary yellow bamboo chair and the pair of turquoise end tables really pop against the blue. Plus, the navy blue makes my abstract art look even better!"
A grid of wavy glass squares set into a screen reflects light into the living room. Each glass panel was handblown, then silvered and washed for a murky, underwater effect. A softly curved antique Irish console softens the space; cast-bronze pigeons alighted on the salvaged balustrade are an allegory of the city.
To encourage flow from one room to the next, designer Joe Human layered this modern kitchen and hallway with polka dot wallpaper and custom pieces. Three copper barstools, geometric lights and a marble island add a luxe touch to the design.