As anyone in the tiny home community knows, space comes at a
premium. Most tiny home inhabitants also love to look for ways to
incorporate nature and the outside world into their living space.
French tiny home builder Ty
Rodou has made this goal easier with the release of the Ty
Bombadil tiny home. This tiny house offers a breezy outdoor feel
along with a very desirable feature — an additional deck to
provide ample outdoor
Of course, there is no reason to escape the indoor space,
designed with style and functionality in mind. Starting in the
kitchen, the Ty Bombadil features an expandable table that folds
into the wall when not in use and built-in drawers for storage. The
streamlined kitchen offers plenty of counter space, a cooktop
stove, a small refrigerator, a sink with drainboard and a unique,
rustic shelving area.
A removable ladder mounts to the wall when it isn’t being used
to lead up to the loft, which incorporates lift-top storage bays in
an L-shaped design around the edge of the space. The outdoor theme is carried
throughout the tiny home with branch-shaped handrails at the loft
entrance and in the shelving designs.
Looking down onto the multi-use living room/bedroom area, you
can see the built-in bed or couch frame with pull-out storage
drawers below and bed-to-ceiling shelving up the wall along with
built-in cabinets above. The small bathroom continues the all-wood
decor with a framed-in composting toilet
and tower-shaped support for a wooden bowl sink.
The space is bright with several large windows, double doors and
an airy feel. In fact, the entire curved design facilitates
Images via Ty Rodou
Source: FS – All – Ecology – News 2
This aerodynamic tiny home embraces flexible indoor-outdoor living