Live Luxuriously In This Tiny Home

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Photo Credit: weeHouse by Alchemy Architects

As the saying goes, big things come in small packages, and this tiny home proves that sentiment. And this ultra-deluxe miniature home also proves that housing for our changing America now includes tiny shipping-container homes customized with luxe finishes, designed with the intention for the homeowner to experience daily luxury living.

Tiny HomePhoto Credit: weeHouse by Alchemy Architects

This prefabricated tiny home is comprised of two main structures—a main house and a partnering guesthouse/master bedroom. The main house is comprised of two sleek, open-sided storage containers -yes, the same steel storage containers used on cargo ships that are built to withstand any type of weather. Here with this home, two storage containers were fused together to create a single 640-square-foot primary boxed home.

Photo Credit: weeHouse by Alchemy Architects

The high-end, minimalistic home is set on two concrete foundations nestled between two knotty oak trees and overlooks the most expansive view.

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Photo Credit: weeHouse by Alchemy Architects

The structures feature low-maintenance oxidized steel facades and nine-foot-tall sliding glass walls built into custom steel containers. The interiors have oiled oak cabinetry throughout, including the shower stalls; such wood is top-notch and long-lasting because it’s resistant to water and harsh weathering.

Photo Credit: weeHouse by Alchemy Architects

The main house features a whitewashed oak bed box in the middle of the space, which serves to divide the space in two: the open kitchen, dining room, and living room on one end of the box, and the private bathroom with shower and bedroom on the other. Sliding glass doors connect the interior to an outdoor porch that welcomes the most dramatic landscape, adding to the home’s decor.

Tiny HomePhoto Credit: weeHouse by Alchemy Architects

This high-end tiny home was swiftly assembled on-site, and in the most ideal location that embraces the most fantastic views.

Tiny Home

Photo Credit: weeHouse by Alchemy Architects

The 330-square-foot master bedroom/guest house is a smaller version of the larger structure. A sizable whitewashed oak wardrobe bifurcates the space, with the bedroom on one side and the private bathroom on the other.

 

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