The Breezeway uses Reclaimed Wood for a Rustic Look

The exterior architectural design, and the name The Breezeway, was inspired by envisioning two opposing mountains that form a breezeway in the valley. That valley shaped roofline creates a dramatic site line against any backdrop. The Breezeway tiny house on wheels is clad with standing seam panels made with 100 percent recycled steel and tight knot cedar tongue and groove siding give it that modern yet natural appearance. The Breezeway tiny house on wheels is 30 feet long, 8 feet 6 inches wide, and 13 feet 6 inches tall.

The stunning tiny house on wheels was designed for indoor/outdoor entertainment and was equipped with an in-house Bose sound system, a spacious full kitchen, a wet bar, and a large garage door that opens up to bring the outdoors in, and vice versa, on days when it’s just too nice to shut the weather out. The kitchen walls are lined with reclaimed barn wood with LED accent strips behind wine racks that add a rustic yet sophisticated element to the tiny house design that’s true to its Texan owners. The tiny house design has a handcrafted built-in dog kennel just to the side of the garage door that allows them to keep their dog close by and secure when needed.

The Breezeway has automation that is threaded deep into the layers of design in this tiny house. There are a linear actuator television lift and touch-activated storage door openers to just name a few. There is a secondary swivel television in the master loft that provides great viewing from the comfort of your bed or the kitchen below.

The full kitchen in the tiny house is outfitted with a 3 burner gas stovetop, oven, and full-size fridge, full-size microwave, and a dishwasher. There is a wet bar on the opposite side of the kitchen and large opening windows which creates a bar-like feel when the deck is placed outside the tiny house at the final destination in Texas.

The master bath suite in the Breezeway tiny house was finished with marble styled walls, a porcelain tiled shower, and a half glass no door entrance which appeals to all the senses. This is topped off with storage and a washer and dryer combo in a bathroom suite that has it all in less than 30 square feet of space.

Sustainability is important to Tiny Heirloom, and lessening your footprint goes beyond physical square footage. Going off-grid electrically has more than one benefit that any ecological individual should consider. Benefits to off-grid living include energy independence, financial savings, and benefiting the environment to name a few. Tiny Heirloom has made it easy to have a solar set up incorporated into your tiny house design to power it with clean renewable energy. In addition to all of that, their tiny homes are also built with 100 percent renewable energy.

At Tiny Heirloom, they pride themselves in challenging the impossible, by assuming that everything is possible until proven otherwise. With your tiny house vision and their building expertise, you can rest assured that your completed Tiny Heirloom tiny house design will be as impressive as the one you dreamed that started it all.


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