I can’t seem to figure out how you get up there but this tiny treehouse cabin with a balcony made my jaw drop this morning. What a spectacular view from up there and I’m a sucker for balconies, too, even though I’m a little afraid of heights.
If only there were some sort of lift to help get us up there, right? Now that would be cool. Because climbing up and down this thing would be the scariest part of it all.
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It seems like almost everyday there’s a new cutting-edge design I run into that can be used in tiny houses and other small spaces. This window transforms into a balcony. Wouldn’t it be cool to have a feature like this on a tiny house?
Window design company Fakro developed this state-of-the-art window/balcony combination and here is how they describe it:
An innovative, large window whose sashes when opened crate a balcony in the loft. The upper top hung sash opens upwards, whereas the lower sash can be tilted forwards, allowing easy access to the balcony recess. The sash when rotated through 0° to 45° is supported by an innovative auxiliary mechanism which allows leaving the open sash in any position within this range.
- The upper sash can be raised steplessly up to 45°. Side barriers are integrated into the bottom sash and slide out during opening. When closing the lower sash, balcony barriers are hiding in the window, thus they are not visible above the roof. Concealed under the window flashing elements, they do not collect dirt or spoil the aesthetics of the roof.
Read more about the windows characteristics here.
Could you imagine it as a window on the loft of a tiny house? How cool would that be?! I don’t know about you, but I’d love to see that done!
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It’s always a little sad to me the fact that almost all really nice tiny houses are some kind of resort.
But at least they serve as inspiration as to what we can do with small spaces for ourselves.
What are your thoughts on this beautiful little bungalow on stilts in Thailand?
Personally, it’s right up my alley thanks to the elevation of the home and the front porch that doubles as a really nice balcony.
How about you? Would you build a tiny home like this for yourself?