Texas tiny house really cool using mid-century style meets with Marfa style. Although small measuring only 380 square feet, this home looks beautiful and mighty with colorful punch. Built on two gooseneck trailers, the home features built-in hammocks, a removable deck, screened-in porch using Parasoleil copper panels and a custom kitchen island.
Happy life does not mean having to choose a large house. Some interesting little houses can also be found in the Lone Star State. One of them is a bright Austin space designed by Kim Lewis, an interior designer who shows how colorful punch can give a compact space.
Mid-century surfboard coffee table fits perfectly in this little house. Feels a little touch Scandinavian very chic and comfortable.
Kitchen island built in casters, with a refrigerator drawer, 2 burner stove top, and flip top dining table so you can wheel it outside to cook and dine under the stars.
A vintage leather belt found on South Congress Ave to accommodate kitchen shelves. This is a very cool DIY kitchen shelf.
Storage rack tucked into the ceiling houses fishing poles and camping gear.
Designer utilized the square footage over the gooseneck to give the client a walk in closet.