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Jenn’s Whimsical Tudor Tiny Home by Tiny Heirloom

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Jenn loves all things fantasy and hobbits, and she wanted that reflected in a mystical tiny home. She commissioned Tiny Heirloom to make the fairytale cottage she dreamed about, and this Tudor-style home really delivered!

Not only does the outside look like a perfect Tudor home, but the inside is also filled with moody and magical colors like purple cabinets, shiny glass tiles, and a bold copper soaking tub in the bathroom. Something about a spiral staircase feels castle-y and yes, they managed to include one going up to the loft! Enjoy the tour below.

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Copper Clawfoot Soaking Tub in this Fantasy THOW

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There’s a magical living room with a beautiful fireplace.

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The spiral staircase and natural branch divider wall add character.

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I love the use of “real” furniture throughout the build.

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Glass tiles carry over into the kitchen space.

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Look at the copper tub! Amazing.

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They did a perfect job capturing the Tudor aesthetic on the outside.

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With “whimsical” and “fantasy” as the top words describing Jenn’s vision for her house we had to get creative and bust out some unorthodox design choices to bring her aesthetic to life.

High contrasting materials with mystical colors were top choices to add that whimsical touch she wanted. In the kitchen we decided to go with purple cabinets with various colors of tiles with a little sparkle in them. That combined with a naturally rough edge granite countertop really paved the way for the statement we were going for.

On the right side of the kitchen the room was left open except for a corner fireplace with a traditional exposed black chimney vent. After a late night of staging the house we had the opportunity to start up the fireplace and dim the lights and you better believe it when we say it was one of the more cozy setups we’ve ever experienced.

On the other end of the kitchen is the castle like spa bathroom. Veneer slate tile lines the floors and walls with an arched pop out for the sink makes it truly feel like your walking into a fairytale. To top it all off, a copper clawfoot soaking tub makes this bathroom one of our favorites.

A unique way to get to her master loft was a must so together we decided a spiral staircase would be the perfect touch. Completed with arched windows, a skylight and a locally sourced handcrafted twig railing this loft has whimsical written all over it.

The exterior of Jenns house was very important to her. She wanted it to look and feel like you were back in time whenever you laid eyes on it. So together, we drew inspiration from many different architecture but decided tudor was the best fit. It’s such a unique style but it really finished off the design quite perfectly.

8’6” Wide
13’6” Tall
24’ Long

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Linda
    May 13, 2023, 7:43 pm

    Absolutely adorable.

  • Sherry
    May 13, 2023, 8:16 pm

    Oh so beautiful and just perfect on all counts. I love it!

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