Back in 2017 we had the honor of partnering with the spectacular team at @rhone to build a concept pop up shop that could travel around the nation bringing the soul of @rhone to new cities. Both @newfrontiertinyhomes and @rhone share common values of uncompromising form and function, integrity of its people and products, and incorporating nature into experiences. We couldn’t be more proud to have built the @rhonewaldenhouse with them and we hope you get a chance to see it.
“New Frontier Tiny Homes, maker of ultra-luxe tiny houses, created the Cornelia for the bestselling author Cornelia Funke. The space features dark wood, Scandinavian-style furniture, a small kitchen, lofted king-size bed, bathroom, and of course, a fold-down desk that looks out onto the forest for maximum writing vibes.” - via @curbed // Honored to have our #CorneliaTinyHome listed in Curbed’s “10 Must See Tiny Houses from 2018”! Check out the full list by clicking the link in our bio!
The ultimate standup #teardrop trailer is here! The SPY Trailer has 2 beds, a microwave, fridge, @yeti cooler, propane grill, sink, and 2 closets. It's the perfect camping vehicle 🏕️🏞️🌄🏖️ Follow the link in our bio to order yours today! ✌️ #tinywingshomes #anewwayofliving #spytrailer #staypositivelyyoung
“‘A lot of tiny house designers/builders try to cram a bunch of shelves and high cabinetry for added storage. This closes off an already small space. I like clean lines, and I don’t want to see clutter. I want to see the beautiful shape of the home, the finishes, the lighting, and I want it to look and feel clean,’ says @davidlatimer_.” Read more about our #OrchidTinyHouse on the homepage of @dwellmagazine by checking out our story! 📷 by @studiobuell
We get a lot of questions about where you can put your tiny home. Rules and regulations differ not only by state or city, but sometimes even by zip code. We’ve put together a great starting point for finding out where you can put your dream tiny home on our FAQ page. Check it out in our bio!
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“Stepping in, one comes into a beautiful living room that is surrounded on three sides with lots of windows, doors and the garage door. There is a wardrobe with slatted wood doors here for clothing and other utilities, as well as the pull-out guest bed that has a couch ingeniously tacked onto the end.” Via @treehuggerdotcom. Check out our story to read more!