The Orchid By New Frontier

Nov 16, 2018

Category: Living

Tiny Homes are a dime a dozen these days, so we’ve seen our fair share of custom builds and designs. And while it’s become difficult to stand apart from the crowd, a builder hailing from Nashville, Tennessee has done exactly that with the Orchid, a beautiful gable farmhouse tiny home that’s both mobile and truly unique.

New Frontier has managed to win us over with this uncommon project, utilizing an exterior comprised of raised cedar siding that’s been spaced out to give observers the impression of floating woodwork. The home features a vaulted and angled roof, solar eclipse inspired LED lighting that’s been tucked away behind asymmetrical wood body lines, and a gorgeous maple plywood interior. The living room of the home is a designer’s dream, with a sitting area that extends into a full-size bed, minimalist kitchenette, a solid walnut HVAC enclosure, and even a garage door that exposes the entire interior of the house. It also features a loft-style sleeping area, custom tiled bathroom complete with a floating mirror, vanity sink, and a Cinderella incinerator toilet system.

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