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Tiny Houses tiny house was designed for throwing parties | Upload Tinyhouses

Tiny House Was Designed For Throwing Parties

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by: Hans van der Broek
tiny house was designed for throwing parties | Upload

The conceit of a tiny house is that it’s tiny. This truth lends itself to certain limitations: Namely, your tiny home is not a place for entertaining. For anyone who’s tried to throw a party in a small apartment, they know the constraints—nowhere to sit, nowhere to cook, nowhere to put food and drinks.

6 wheel Tinyhouse with wing roof on a grassfield
Photo by: Shelsi Lindquist 

Interior #tinyhouse with sink and cupboards

Tinyhouse, which is not so tiny

This new tiny house from upends this idea with a simple workaround. The 9 meter 75 cm home with a sweet butterfly roof has a garage-like door that slides open to connect the indoors with the outdoors. The door is part of a spacious living room, and when raised, gives the illusion of a not-so-tiny home.

Interior kitchen tinu house with cupboards and sink
The indoor-outdoor entertaining situation is aided by a wet bar seating area and a relatively tricked-out kitchen (by tiny home standards) with a three-burner propane stove, oven, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, and freezer.

sleeping area with blanket and 2 pillows
The whole thing seems more suited to a raucous game night than it does for a rager. The upside of that, though? Your party will never look empty.

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https://www.whatsorb.com/category/tiny-houses

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Founder and CEO of WhatsOrb, world traveller, entrepreneur and environmental activist. Hans has countless ideas and has set up several businesses in the Netherlands and abroad. He also has an opinion on everything and unlimited thoughts about how to create a better world. He likes hiking and has climbed numerous five-thousanders (mountain summits of at least 5000m or 16,404 feet in elevation)

 

Hans van der Broek, founder

Founder and CEO of WhatsOrb, world traveller, entrepreneur and environmental activist. Hans has countless ideas and has set up several businesses in the Netherlands and abroad. He also has an opinion on everything and unlimited thoughts about how to create a better world. He likes hiking and has climbed numerous five-thousanders (mountain summits of at least 5000m or 16,404 feet in elevation)

 

Tiny House Was Designed For Throwing Parties

The conceit of a  tiny house is that it’s tiny. This truth lends itself to certain limitations: Namely, your tiny home is not a place for entertaining. For anyone who’s tried to throw a party in a small apartment, they know the constraints—nowhere to sit, nowhere to cook, nowhere to put food and drinks. Photo by: Shelsi Lindquist  Tinyhouse, which is not so tiny This new tiny house from upends this idea with a simple workaround. The 9 meter 75 cm home with a sweet butterfly roof has a garage-like door that slides open to connect the indoors with the outdoors. The door is part of a spacious living room, and when raised, gives the illusion of a not-so-tiny home. The indoor-outdoor entertaining situation is aided by a wet bar seating area and a relatively tricked-out kitchen (by tiny home standards) with a three-burner propane stove, oven, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, and freezer. The whole thing seems more suited to a raucous game night than it does for a rager. The upside of that, though? Your party will never look empty. By: Liz Stinson Via https://www.whatsorb.com/category/tiny-houses
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