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When a Flight Attendant Builds a Tiny House… It Has WINDOWS From a 747 AIRCRAFT!

This is the story of a flight attendant who hired Tiny Heirloom to build a custom 20-foot flight-theme tiny house! And NOW it’s available to the public. The best part? It has WINDOWS from a 747 Aircraft!

It also has flight themed pillows, of course. So what do you think, will you ever go stay at the Osprey? It’s located at a place called Tiny Tranquility in Waldport, Oregon.

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Flight Attendant Theme Tiny House Vacation in Waldport, Oregon at Tiny Tranquility

You can see the 747 windows here in the master loft

There’s also a secondary loft!

Full kitchen with gas stove & oven (looks like there’s a combo washer/dryer too!)

How do you like this tiny house kitchen?

Here is the staircase access to the master loft with built-in storage (you can see a peek of the ladder to get to the other loft on the wall there too)

All our trailers have an outdoor deck with seating and are fully furnished with bedding, towels, dishes, utensils, cookware and basic spices

Here’s a look at the bathroom…

The outdoor area with pet-friendly park

The greenhouse where they grow their own food

The commons area… They’re building a new one that will have views of the ocean on the second floor! Wow!

Beautiful fireplace

Pool tables, Ping pong tables, community kitchenette area

Come stay with us and view our native Osprey flying around the park within the confines of this truly unique 20’ Tiny Heirloom home.

By the way, they have LONG-TERM SITES available too if you’re interested in living tiny for longer periods here.

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Tiny Tranquility | The Osprey | Tiny Heirloom | Instagram | Tiny Living (via)

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  • Melissa Robinson
    July 20, 2019, 7:10 pm

    I absolutely LOVE this flight themed tiny house! Very creative but that master loft with the 747 windows, definitely wins “most unique for 2019”! Just love everything about this one…

  • Marcia
    July 20, 2019, 7:36 pm

    I only have one teensy problem…how big is the oven and how do you get stuff out? Has to be from the side.

  • Jo Neville
    July 20, 2019, 11:36 pm

    I also noticed a flight deck cart near the entryway door. Nice touch. Fits in well with the airline look.

  • Eric
    July 20, 2019, 11:52 pm

    Has windows from a 747, and all I can think is… so????

    What was the point? How much to replace if it should be damaged? So much frame and so little “actual” window. I just really don’t see the point. And… it doesn’t really add anything to the aesthetic of the tiny house.

    Seems to me to be a classic case of “I did it because I could.”

    Just because you could doesn’t necessarily mean you should.

    And in this case I personally think they just should not have done it.

    • barb wilson
      July 23, 2019, 7:00 am

      Maybe she just liked the windows. We are all too much in what other people want; just please yourself.

  • Alan Hubbard
    July 21, 2019, 10:28 am

    I get a kick out of the “Tiny House” concept in general because the whole concept of “bigger is better” makes me nauseous. How much is enough? That said, it seems to me that this, like many of the units I’ve seen here lately are more like art projects than homes: the kind of nonsense you find on HGTV. The object of the exercise should be to create a practical, comfortable place to live for a reasonable price. I get the “on wheels” thing, as it gives one a break on taxes in some places, and you can, theoretically, at least, move it if you want to do that. But you don’t build something half again as high as it is wide, especially on wheels, because of ……wind?! And, they build eaves on houses for a reason: to keep water off the sidewalls of the house. Every seam on those sidewalls is either going to be regularly caulked, or it’s going to leak, and there goes your investment. Those steps to the loft won’t meet any building code, anywhere. The storage under is nice, but the rise on the steps is too high and there is no outboard railing. They are an accident waiting to happen.

    I’ll probably get some backlash to this, and that’s fine. The tiny house concept has validity an many situations. It’s just that, in my humble opinion, the approach needs to be using good design and building practices to create homes that will serve their owners needs and retain their value over years of use, rather than looking pretty in photos for a magazine article. A touch of whimsy, like the 747 windows, is fine, but it can’t be the whole story.

    • James D.
      July 22, 2019, 12:31 am

      No backlash, just pointing out that homes are typically much more than simple shelters to the people who live in them and delves into how the human condition is reflected in our lives and how we choose to live them. Ignoring this and forcing everyone to only live by a certain standard only leads to suffering for those who will then not have all their needs met.

      Besides, building science has come a lot further in the last few years and now allows far more design options that can still last a very long time and not need constant maintenance. We have the technology to make homes that can last over 500 years no matter the shape. There’s also a growing number of codes options like the 2018 IRC ICC that makes certain exceptions specifically for tiny houses and a greater range of creative design options…

      • Alex
        July 23, 2019, 7:25 am

        Great points as usual, James, thanks for chiming in! 🙂

  • Belinda Wright
    July 21, 2019, 1:34 pm

    Myself I love the entirety of this tiny house.
    It has taked imagination and has clean lines and certainly a little out of the box.
    I like the way it has a contempoary look and doesn’t need alot to decorate it.
    To me it is perfect for the minimalist yet is sophisticated and charming…
    Fabulous job…well done…

    • Alex
      July 23, 2019, 7:25 am

      Thanks, Belinda!

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