A smart layout with architectural elements divide this open-plan kitchen into distinct zones. Saarinen Tulip chairs at the cantilevered breakfast table add a midcentury touch while dashes of brilliant color prevent the swaths of white from feeling too sterile.
This tiny house is big on style! We enter into the kitchen and are immediately struck by the simple yet bold palette of cobalt blue, crisp white, and gray. Its contemporary vibe is grounded by the use of classic rustic elements. The brass details (current design trend), chunky shelves, cantilevered tables and the tufted sofa help to create an undeniably elevated look in this tiny home. I especially admire the restraint practiced by matching the white sink to the white counter to the white walls. It seems simple but it creates visual space, which is always valuable in a tiny home.
This rooftop design features a custom cantilevered Ipe pergola with stainless steel trim and tempered glass inlay, wall-mounted Ipe planter boxes and stainless steel light fixtures. The dining area under the pergola features a simple glass dining table, while an adjacent sitting area features contemporary wicker furniture.
A handsome glass table with a dark wood base grounds this stunning contemporary dining room while a darker ceiling compresses the space, creating a more intimate feeling. Bold orange chairs bring the space to life while their design, along with a sleek 15-foot-long cantilevered buffet, adds to the room’s overall sophistication.
The ocean bluff side of the house is a narrow strip designed and installed with strictly low impact uses. A cantilevered deck, native plants, dry-laid pavers and a bocce court bring the living outside. On a clear day, the homeowners watch pelicans fishing, hang gliders drifting by at eye level and surfers in the white water from their breakfast table.