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Tiny Home, Big Budget – Luxury in a Small Space

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Tiny homes in Toronto are a growing trend. While most people look to tiny homes as an alternative to traditional housing in a bid to build an inexpensive and affordable home, a large number of people are opting to make their tiny home finishes high-end and luxurious. While this may increase the cost of their tiny home, it also means getting finishes they would have otherwise had to forego – but now its luxury on a scale that they can afford.
Given the sustainable nature of tiny homes one of the most populars trends is to finish the interior using recycled or repurposed materials. For instance, the floor from an old bowling alley was used to create the stairs in one tiny home while the old copper pipes from a defunct factory was refashioned into a modernist light fixture for another home. Such innovations aim to use existing materials in a new way and this imparts a uniqueness to tiny homes that truly reflect the personalities and sensibilities of their owners. Such unique, created elements are sustainable, but come at a cost – they are definitely more expensive than traditional finishes, but they add immensely to the final product.
Then there are the more commonplace types of luxuries – such as granite, quartz, hardwoods – essentially natural materials – that become affordable in small doses.
Probably the most luxurious element of any tiny home is the customization that can be done to it. You can truly create the home that works for you. Whether it is the kind of storage you need or the space and light you require, tiny home designers are constantly pushing the boundaries of what’s possible and what’s can be done.
Investing in a tiny home is now a labor of love that will serve you for years to come.


Nisha Muire

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