Zinc is a material that‘s not often considered to be integrated into a home. I agree, it‘s not a common home material, but I‘d like to show why zinc is a great material for all kinds of interior design, may it be as decor item or as furniture.
There are some points and details about zinc you might want to know before adding it to your home decor.
I like to write about items that I use myself in our tiny kitchen, even if it’s something simple like kitchen trays. Sometimes it’s the little things that make our tasks easier, that have their purpose as daily item.
There are obviously a lot of possible purposes of kitchen trays. Using a kitchen tray in the kitchen is one of them. There are many other situations in a tiny home where you’ll be happy to have a tray. The way you decide to use a tray will decide about its look and sturdiness.
Some people transform an outdoor flower planter into a grill just to have a mini grill for their tiny apartment‘s balcony. Well, you don‘t need to go through all that trouble. There are great mini grills available working with charcoal that are lightweight enough to be carried wherever you want to grill.
A mini charcoal grill is perfect for every tiny living, may it be a tiny house, a small apartment, RV, houseboat or Camper. And when you get this little guy consider adding a great grilling accessory to it. A chimney starter.
It‘s no secret, I am totally francophile. I love just everything about France, its landscapes, food, people, culture, language, everything. So, it‘s not surprising that I‘m a big fan of decorating any home, small or big, in the French Country Style.
One of the biggest impressions I had – and the first actually – was the discovery of a wide lavender field in Provence, South France. That overwhelming view and the scent I will never forget.
Luckily we can recreate that unique French Country feeling with just adding a couple of decor items or furniture to our homes.
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Are you looking for a versatile source of light around your tiny house, in the backyard, on the balcony of your small apartment, for your evenings outside your RV and houseboat or on a camping expedition?
This solar charged LED camper lantern might just be the right one for you.
These are the points you want to look for when you choose your camper lantern depending on where you want to utilize it – on a camping trip or at your home.
Yes, I know, it sounds weird and contradictory: living in a tiny home and adding Victorian style to its decor. Probably most of you spontaneously connect Victorian style with big houses, mansions or castles. I did so too. At first glance you‘d think of the Victorian interior style as the opposite of the contemporary Zen-like style that so many people living in tiny homes love.
There are though some fascinating aspects around the Victorian style that makes it interesting for implementing it into tiny homes such as small apartments, tiny houses, RVs and houseboats. Here are some thoughts for you.
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We have so many ways to filter the light coming into our tiny homes. We can hang nice window curtains or we can install light filtering shades. When you have close neighbors you might be interested in getting nice looking and functional window shades.
Light filtering shades have so many advantages. With their insulating features they‘re energy efficient and at the same time they just have style and look good.
Here are some thoughts around light filtering shades that are cordless and cellular.
I was earlier writing about the advantage of having mirrors inside your tiny home in order to make a room look bigger. Now I will be speaking about how to use a mirror that‘s faced toward the outside of your home in order to create privacy.
This effect might be interesting if you live on your boat in a marina or in your tiny house in a densely populated neighborhood or even just for the windows on your camper or RV.
A one way mirror film has many more advantages than just creating privacy. Let‘s take a closer look.
So, you might think, pink isn’t the right color for your tiny home. Because you don‘t want to create an girly or tacky look? Well, I can give you good news: pink actually can work surprisingly well for every tiny home such as a tiny house, small apartment, even RV, Camper or boat and of course for Dorms.
Here are some ideas of how you can use pink as color for your home by making a fresh statement with your decor. Find out how pink can change the look of your home.
They are not very attractive or eye-pleasing but we still need them in our homes. I‘m speaking of brooms, mops, hand-held vacuums and all the other tools we need to keep our home clean. These items need a place that doesn’t take away too much space, that doesn’t disturb our need for aesthetics and that is still practical and easily accessible.
Well, a broom holder is the answer to these requirements. It keeps the cleaning tools together and is practical in use. And you can install them out of your sight such as behind a door or in a closet.
When Germans say Giving someone a basket they mean Turning someone down. Well, if you give your tiny home a basket you most certainly don‘t turn it down. In the contrary, you add a fancy and elegant element to your home style.
Woven baskets combine two important factors for a home: practicality and beauty. As being a storage place they can be used in every space even the tiniest ones. And they belong to the more beautiful ideas for storage. I gathered some ideas about how you can use a woven basket in your tiny home.