One of the key characteristics of designing a tiny house is smart space planning and this desk does not disappoint. With simple levers and pulleys this cantilevered desk was custom designed by the tiny homes’ owner Robin Hayes of BuildTiny.com to convert into a bed. Hayes took a minimalist approach to the interior. The simple white walls and natural wood are a direct reflection of the principals that embody tiny house living.
By blending several shades of green, HGTV fan justdoingit created a warm and cozy bedroom for her 14-year-old. To bring depth and dimension to this small space, she added a two-tone rug and painted uneven stripes on the walls.
The Gallerie trend doesn't have to mean nothing but brights: it often works best, as in this room from designer Julia Buckingham, as an assertive piece or two that balances the black and white Marimekko bedding in this bedroom.
Like the rest of the home, the office is filled with art to keep Tze inspired on the days when she works from home. This raised desk was a DIY gift to her husband who, at 6’5”, is too tall for most standing desks.
This bedroom desk and storage is an inviting space with portable bookshelves and sleek white desk. Retractable curtains allow this area of the bedroom to be sectioned off when the office is not in use.
This award winning custom writing desk involved 5 separate tradesmen to produce and is made up of onyx, acrylic, steel and fiberoptic. The writing table sits on top of a beautiful custom cowhide area rug bound with dark leather .
No small feat, this sleek desk pulls triple duty as entry table, entertainment console AND work space. The proximity to the loft’s entry was key! The area gets great light so it’s ideal for working from home and thanks to three drawers, the table was the perfect drop zone for keys and mail. It was also large enough to anchor a large wall-mounted tv hung above it. That’s a win-win-win!