With two bedrooms and a loft, this bijou abode packs it all inside

This artsy abode might be small in stature (it's not even 600 square feet!), but it's got a huge personality and a lot of potential. It was built from a kit from the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, which sells plans to build small homes — all of which are under 900 square feet. They're cozy, but with intelligent design, buyers are able to make great use of these dynamic spaces.
While the layout is super modern, picking up on the tiny home movement, the characteristics of the home are a throwback. This is evident no matter which way you turn. Whether it's the white-painted, wood plank ceilings and walls, the natural wood support beams, or the color choices you're looking at, they all harken to an earlier time. 
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The blissful white cabinets are fronted by some rippled glass, giving a glimpse inside without letting the contents become discernable enough to be a busy distraction. A small utility island adds a bit of separation between the kitchen and the rest of the space, and the colors nicely complement those on the ceiling above.
With less than 600 square feet to work with, the designers still managed to squeeze in a dishwasher and some open shelving. There's plenty of space beneath the counters, too. 
This shot shows off the fireplace and living area, while giving another glimpse into the lofted bedroom above. With just a ladder to sweep you up to bed, you'll definitely need to be an adventurous soul to sleep here!
The walk-in closet is a special treat in this tiny house. 
This adorable house also includes a foyer or sunroom. 
The backside of the home is as quaint as the front facade, with a small patio area housing a set of table and chairs that'd be perfect for teatime for two!
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