This is the anti-minimalism tiny house on wheels, or, in other words, a maximalist tiny house.
This one has recently been featured on TeeHugger, Curbed, Apartment Threapy, etc. It’s a 190-square-foot tiny home with interior design by the Galeana Group, LLC. More info below.
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Tiny House Built for a Maximalist: The Anti-Minimalism Tiny Home?
Photography by Mark Menjivar via The Galeana Group
So what do you think of the idea of a maximalist tiny house?
Learn more at Inhabitat, Curbed, and Apartment Therapy (more photos).
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- Galeana Group, LLC (IG)
- Mark Menjivar (Photographer)
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Nice enough but the only ‘maximalism’ I see is is the busyness of the decor. Otherwise it certainly is not the amount of features or amenities. I guess everyone is just looking for a tagline or brand to set them apart. Why not anti-minimalist?
That is an oxymoron statement. Makes no sense. I agree on the busyness of the decor. The black and white clashes with the colors of the kitchen.
Nice headline but I don’t see minimalism nor maximalism. To many colors are killing this interior design which is opposite of the outside appearance which I like.
I love everything about this space. Everything the owner needs, nothing she doesn’t. The title suggests the owner may have been a nomad/backpacker. This could explain why she feels this space is so grand!
Well done. 👍🏼
Hmmm… Not really very big – more about the size of most ‘average’ tiny homes it seems to me. Only thing that I see being ‘maximalist’ is the amount of colors/edges/emblems/edges. While it looks nice for it’s size, layout-wise I am totally confused by the name.
Minimalism doesn’t only refer to the size of the home or how much stuff is in it…
There’s minimalism architecture, art style, music style, etc.
I love the colourful kitchen wall and all the other things that were selected with a lot of attention: the vases, baskets, bowls, the carpet, the pillows. It even reminds me a bit of my own style (still living in a flat, my tiny house will be built this summer …).
It’s not how I would decorate, but I think it’s awesome. Still has very little “stuff” in my opinion.
Thank you for sharing this piece, it’s a great topic.
By the way, I saw this piece about sustainable living: https://www.superdraft.com.au/trends/solar-power-battery-system