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Today we will show you tiny house from Ontario – Canada.
118 000 $ CAD Base price
The Orme is the most recent 8.5ft wide tiny home they’ve created. It was designed for a couple living in Ontario, Canada, where winters are long and harsh. The house runs on both electricity and propane, which makes it possible to connect the house with only a 30 amp cord. This model has a layout similar to the Ébène, but in a shorter and more narrow version. The exterior aspect is in line with our usual style, but the customers wanted to include a different style for the interior and we are quite pleased with the result!
The interior of the Orme is made of maple plywood sheets. This material was used for all the walls and the ceiling, except for the bathroom ceiling that is made out of cedar, which is more resistant to humidity. The clients really wanted a mix of maple and black for their color scheme, creating a unique look that can be mixed with other accent colors to bring more live inside the home. Another special feature is definitely the cork flooring, providing comfort and blending well with the natural maple color.
The exterior of the Orme is all made of vertical Shou Sugi Ban cedar. We are installing more and more of this type of wood, considering it’s extended lifetime and amazing look. The three big windows in the living area are adding to the unique style of this home, that can fit in pretty much any type of environment.
The Orme’s living area features three big windows, installed vertically, which makes this area really bright. The TV area is located in the 2ft bump-out and instead of a television, we included a projector screen that can be rolled up to enjoy the outside landscape. The projector itself can be installed in a cavity on a bracket in the ceiling and can be removed if needed. The living area features a built-in TV cabinet in the bump-out section underneath the window and there is space for a three seat sofa or sofa-bed in front of the vertical windows.
The storage loft is accessible through a ladder that can be stored next to the refrigerator cabinet when not being used. Instead of a low wall or conventional railing, we installed some black plywood strips vertically, creating a really interesting look that matches the rest of the design.
Source : Minimaliste Houses
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