If you haven’t seen the 200 sq. ft. Zen in Law tiny house yet I think you’ll be glad you did today.
It’s a 10′ x 20′ studio was designed and built for a local author near downtown Boise, Idaho.
He wanted to have space for writing, doing workshops and hosting the occasional guest.
But if it were mine I’d like to live in it full-time because it’s AWESOME…
You’d just have to be willing to use the kind of scary ladder to the loft.
But besides that, I think you’ll agree that it could make a great full-time tiny house.
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One thing that’s different about it is that it has a murphy bed in the loft.
I encourage you to take the full tour below:
The modern studio has a great writing space as you can see above. And I absolutely love the dutch doors. To me, that’s always a great feature to have and I don’t know why it’s so rare to see them these days.
Kitchen and Stairs to Loft
We’ll get up to the loft in a minute, first let me show you the kitchen details:
The door in the back leads you to the bathroom.
After the bathroom, we’ll get up to the loft (I promise).
Tiny House Sleeping Loft with Murphy Bed
Did you notice that the bookcase behind the ladder goes all the way up here?
I think that’s so cool because one thing I really enjoy collecting is books.
And I hate getting rid of them because I write and highlight all over my books so they become very personal.
So what I’m saying is, bookshelves are important to me and I’m glad there’s some here.
I also like the medieval look of the loft access door.
I’m a big balcony fan. Even if it’s just an indoor balcony, they make me happy. And this tiny house has one so that just rocks.
Ok, finally I get to show you the murphy bed up in the sleeping loft.
Murphy Bed in the Upstairs Sleeping Loft of this Tiny Home
So when you’re not sleeping you can use the space for yoga, stretching, meditation, or whatever else you might be into. 😀
I think this idea is genius.
And the owners look happy about it too!
Thanks for reading and looking and I hope you enjoyed this little studio as much as I did!
Images © Kaybird Photography via GravitasLC
If you’re interested in booking a stay for a vacation head on over to the listing on AirBNB.
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