Conventional design wisdom claims you can’t use dark colors in small spaces, but this tiny house built in Germany by Tiny House Manufaktur shows there’s an exception to every rule.
Paired with a light, natural wood, the black cabinets, steps, and accent walls in this THOW not only work but provide a modern, luxurious aesthetic. There’s an abundance of hidden storage in this home, with tons under the stairs, and an additional storage/sleeping loft over the living area.
To me, it looks like that couch could easily become another guest bed, and the bathroom includes a flush toilet and heated towel rack (one of Europe’s best inventions, in my humble opinion). You can get in touch with the builder here.
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Sleek, Black Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny House Manufaktur in Germany
This tiny house has a slanted roof that’s tallest over the sleeping area.
Here’s the kitchen with lovely butcher block counter tops.
Here’s the storage loft (or secondary sleeping area).
This box is actually a table!
Ta-da! It’s very similar to an IKEA table, but it gets better.
It can move all around the tiny house!
Here’s the storage in the staircase.
How handy are the lights? I love this idea.
This black bathroom with white appliances looks stunning.
Here’s the glass shower stall and a mini vanity.
- Flush toilet
- Shower stall
- Heated towel rack
- Four-burner cooktop
- Large countertops
- Sleeping loft
- Storage loft
- Hidden IKEA-like table
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