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Truform Tiny’s Custom Coastal Escape with Stone Farmhouse Sink & Copper Counters


This is the latest custom build from Truform Tiny and I’m drooling over the kitchen! If money hadn’t been a concern I would have definitely put copper counter tops and a stone farmhouse sink in my own home – I first experienced a stone sink at the Coperthwaite Yurt I stayed in last summer and I’ve been wanting one ever since!

Their client wanted an off-grid coastal escape from fire smoke out of California and Oregon and spared no expense in creating her dream tiny home. Another awesome feature is the wrap-around couch/dining area that transforms into a guest bed! She chose a split shower and toilet/sink area, like we often see in school bus conversions, with a mudroom in between.

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Check Out the Kitchen in this Truform Tiny Custom Coastal Escape

Truform Tiny's Custom Coastal Escape

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Wow! Look at the deck leading into the home.

Truform Tiny's Custom Coastal Escape

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What a neat window into the loft area!

Truform Tiny's Custom Coastal Escape

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Here it is! Copper counter tops and a stone farmhouse sink!

Truform Tiny's Custom Coastal Escape

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Look at that seating area! The windows are stunning.

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I think we all need one of these swings.

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There’s a chalkboard wall for writing notes.

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The washer-dryer combo and fridge/freezer are under the stairs.

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When you walk in, the toilet/sink is on the right.

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The mini wood-burning stove is also on my dream list!

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How cool is this induction cook top in a drawer (it doesn’t emit heat, so it’s safe, we promise!)

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What a lovely place to host guests.

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The shower is on the left of the entryway.

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Another look at the shower.

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Look at that cute sink.

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Composting toilet so she can be fully off-grid

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Closet up in the loft bedroom. Also a skylight!

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How cute are the shutters?

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What do you think?

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Highlights:

  • 24 ft custom model
  • Solar ready
  • Composting toilet
  • Wood stove
  • Low draw electrical fixtures and appliances
  • Custom shutters
  • Authentic burned cypress siding made and shipped from Japan
  • Shutters protect the tiny from weather and intruders
  • Concrete and hooks tie tiny to ground
  • Induction stove (in a drawer in the kitchen because it doesn’t emit heat)
  • Split bathroom with mudroom in the center
  • Copper countertops
  • Lifted storage table with a wrap around bench (converts into a bed)
  • No VOC materials
  • EMF sensitive electrical configurations

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Natalie C. McKee

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 two little kids. She and her family just purchased a small fixer-upper and are starting a self-sufficient homestead on their happy little acre.
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  • Avatar Theresa Perdue
    June 19, 2020, 1:18 pm

    wow! What a wonderful home. I love everything about it.

  • Avatar Alison
    June 20, 2020, 6:32 pm

    I see that the skylight over the bed has a retractable shade, which I haven’t seen in some other tiny houses. It’s a good idea. I would definitely want a shade to keep the sun out sometimes. The pull-out cooktop is clever, though I’d prefer more space for cooking. The sitting/dining looks inviting. Very comfortable and appealing, overall. I hope the owner has lots fun with this, but doesn’t have to flee smoke too often.

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