This is the Sakura, a new Gooseneck THOW by Minimaliste with an utterly soothing and luxurious color pallete!
The home was custom-built and it has tons of amazing features, including a huge bedroom on the gooseneck where you can stand to get changed and make the bed. Plus, the bed flips up and you can store all kinds of things underneath. The kitchen has a large fridge and electric stove for all your cooking needs and through the quaint pocket door you’ll find a spa-worthy bathroom.
Check out all the pictures and then take the awesome in-depth video tour that will answer all your questions about the home (except maybe the price, since it was custom!).
The Sakura: Luxurious Gooseneck THOW by Minimaliste
That comfy IKEA couch has underneath storage.
Looking from the living room to the rest of the home.
Nice and compact kitchen with a great electric stove/oven.
Sink with extra counter space. Perfect!
Another look with the bathroom door open.
Collapsible stairs! So nifty.
Looking down from the loft. Love those high windows!
Climb up onto the roof!
Now that is a relaxing shower/tub!
I’m loving the weathered wood on the ceiling.
Awesome sink! Cute twine tie-back for the shower curtain.
The awesome bedroom. Doesn’t that bed look so luxurious?
All that storage! Great for totes/luggage and even clothing.
The loft (with a railing!). Great use of pipes.
Another look in the loft. Bookshelf!
Back in the bedroom. Love those windows letting in the sunshine.
Now you can dine here! Awesome.
Video: Tiny House Tour, The Sakura
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