This custom Tiny was built for a delightful, colorful, young woman that is headed to Santa Cruz, CA with her Tiny to become a film maker.
SimBLISSity 26′ Judy Blue Eyes Tiny Home
SimBLISSity is dedicated to morphing the “Great American Dream” of owning a three bedroom house with a two car garage and 2.35 children into the “Great American Tiny Home Dream” with a two bicycle garage and children optional. Known for their high quality finishes inside and out this Tiny proves that “Not all Tinys are created equal!”
California daydreaming while sitting in snowy Colorado, the future film maker wanted a Tiny with an “ocean theme” to warm her soul and future. Thus, the exterior’s lower sides represent the ocean with it’s blue metal siding. Immediately above the ocean there is sand colored “Breckenridge” siding for the beach feeling. Placed above the beach are multi colored blue sky scalloped shingles creating a magical and whimsical appearance to this captivating Tiny.
Stepping inside the Tiny one discovers the ultimate attention to details that SimBLISSity is known for. Immediately eyes are drawn to the Napoleon propane fireplace; this is the source of heat on the chilly eves in Santa Cruz. SimBLISSity builds all their Tinys for enhancing romance so one can lounge on the comfortable L-shaped sofa while listening to the owner playing her ukele and signing her sultry lullabies. The living room is surrounded in blue stain pine wainscoting and large awning energy star rated windows.
Above the sofa is a large loft area that can be used for guest lodging as well as storage. Under the sofa is abundant storage that can handle snow skis or other gear.
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