By sticking to a minimal, white color palette Tin creates not just a feeling of continuity from room to room, but a restful quality. "My life is so chaotic," says the graphic artist and owner of two product lines, Sushi Style and BeLOVED Life, "I wanted a place where I could relax." Says Tin of her home in the Pinewood development outside Atlanta, "you feel peaceful here."
The wall-mounted garage door opener frees up ceiling space in the garage, and reduces noise and vibration. A backup battery also offers peace of mind, by allowing you to open/close the door even when the power is out.
A bank of tall cabinets create an easy boundary between the kitchen and dining room. The fact that they stop short of the ceiling keeps the visual flow between the two areas and allows for maximum natural light to filer through.
In this Asian-inspired hallway, sea green wallpaper covered with trees, birds and flowers encourages peace and tranquility. Round pendant lights above create visual interest, while identical drawers and mirrors create symmetry and balance.
After a busy day in the city, this soothing master bathroom offers much needed privacy and peace. Here, the can settle into the tub for a long hot bath, or simply soak up the panoramic views spanning from Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean.
Cedar topiaries and a peace banner made from glittered cardboard letters make the mantelscape great for the holidays, but the display isn't so holiday-themed that it can't stick around all season. Mercury glass vases and candle holders are a sparkling accent to the natural elements
Part of the tiny home camping experience is spending alone time or time with friends and family. A handy wooden box where everyone can hide their devices is a way to get started on your unplugged odyssey.
Not only does each Getaway camper come equipped with a mini-kitchen including sink, fridge, stovetop and cooking utensils, pots and pans, a decent selection of items like pasta and oatmeal will keep you and your crew from getting hangry if you forgot your vittles.
If the idea of being all alone in the woods makes you feel slightly anxious, the great thing about this particular getaway is the fact that other cabins are located close enough (but not too close, so you still feel a sense of privacy and escape) to make people who watch too many horror films not feel isolated.
Sky blue walls lighten and brighten this urban girl's bedroom with its city view. A rich pink and yellow Oriental rug gives colorful grounding to the space and built-in shelving around the bed gives the occupants tons of space for books and keepsakes.