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This Tiny House is Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright


Loosely based on Frank Lloyd Wright’s prairie homes, the latest design from Firefly Tiny features “low flat overhangs and windows with sweeping views.” In fact, there are 12 windows in this tiny home!

A ground-floor bedroom a with full-height ceiling sits at one end, and a 3/4 bathroom with a residential toilet takes up the other side. In the middle, you’ll find a living, dining, and kitchen space decked out with stunning mid-century accents. What do you think of the Prairie?

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THOW Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright Design

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Flip-down table in front of a picture window.

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Beautiful mid-century couch.

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The slatted partial wall allows airflow to/from the bedroom.

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Open shelving holds books and knickknacks.

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I love the unique fan they chose.

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Tons of windows in the bedroom.

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Sliding doors to the bedroom.

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The retro fridge fits perfectly in this space.

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The mini-split keeps things comfortable.

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Perfectly-chosen scone and mirror.

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Artwork by the designer’s daughter.

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Lock steel siding.

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The majority of the windows are on the front of the home.

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VIDEO: The Prairie by Firefly Tiny

Details:

$99,000
High Performance shell
Closed Cell spray foam insulation in the walls and ceiling
Quality Edge Wood Look Steel Siding in Statuary Bronze Dutch Lap and English Saddle Accents
Standing Seam Metal Roof (bronze)
White pine tongue and groove throughout. (Stained white on the walls)
Water resistant cypress on the bathroom ceiling
Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring
King sized bed with ample storage underneath
Built in entertainment center
Acacia butcher block countertops
LED lighting under cabinets and shelf
12 cubic foot refrigerator
Full bath with large shower and flush toilet
Mini Split for heating and cooling
On demand electric water heater
50 amp electrical hook up, RV water inlet and sewer connection
NOAH Certified

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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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  • Michael
    October 31, 2022, 2:57 am

    Yes, it is great a the number of windows open the space even more up. I like the downstairs bedroom although there is no wardrobe and I would turn the bed in the way that you sleep along. Great living space.
    The upper windows would be perfect for cross ventilation but firstly they seems to be fixed and secondly they are on one side only.
    I dislike the dining arrangement beside each other and would prefer facing each other. The sliding windows aren’t my thing because they provide half opening only and they aren’t good in hurricanes and strong winds. The outside color may be fine when it’s cold but they catch heat in our FL climate.
    A 100 k THOW should be perfect for the owners.

  • Victoria A Banaszak
    October 31, 2022, 11:14 pm

    Mmmmmm scones! I would like some clotted cream with those. LOL It is cute and bright but I hardly think of Frank Lloyd Wright when I see this except for the dark outside.

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