There has been an ever growing trend towards more minimalistic living for many people nowadays and more and more are looking to increase their living options with so-called Tiny Homes and few create more spectacular iterations of these than the guys at New Frontier Tiny Homes. To prove this very point, their latest release, the Cornelia Tiny Home, is a vision in understated excellence and has left us mighty impressed here at Coolector HQ.
The New Frontier Cornelia Tiny Home is an incredibly versatile space and is being used as a writing studio, library, and guesthouse by the woman who commissioned it – namely, international bestselling author Cornelia Funke. This fantastically stylish creation is rustic yet elegant and the clean, simple lines of its construction really appeal to anyone with minimalistic sensibilities.
Rustic Living in Style
Described as a living sculpture inside and out, the Cornelia Tiny Home uses only the best materials and quality craftsmanship found in the United States to ensure the quality of its finish and its immense durability. It has been designed and built the New Frontier way with a real emphasis on attention to the details and exceptional craftsmanship and, as you can see, this positively shines through in the finished property.
Measuring 24′ x 8’6″ x 13’6″ tall, it’s clear that the Cornelia Tiny Home from New Frontier isn’t a vast, expansive space but it overcomes this by making very clever use of the space that is available. Incredibly attractive on the exterior courtesy of the charred (Shou Sugi Ban) cedar siding and Red Western Cedar siding (triple coated with Spar Urethane) materials used, this is one structure that will immediately draw the eye but fits in perfectly with its woodland setting.
There are great features everywhere you look with this Cornelia Tiny Home from New Frontier. This includes a mechanical seam metal roof – which is the most leakproof metal roof available – a custom drop down deck and awning, Typar® rainscreen and housewrap, reclaimed barnwood wall and ceiling, solid walnut hardwood floor and a custom dining table, two benches and storage system (which seats up to 8 adults).
Small But Perfectly Formed
What Tiny Homes lack in size, they more than make up for in character and visual appeal and that’s very true of this Cornelia Tiny Home. With a fully stocked kitchen with a 33” Ariel® Stainless Steel farmhouse apron sink, 11 cu ft. Whirlpool® Stainless Steel Fridge, 30″ GE® Profile Built-in Induction Cooktop and Peacock Gold Granite Countertops, you can cook up a real storm inside this tiny home from New Frontier.
We love the designs of New Frontier here at The Coolector and their Cornelia offering might just be their finest to date. Glorious both on the inside and the outside, a space like this would be a godsend to any creative individual looking for a fortress of solitude to relax, unwind and get creative.