July 24

Tiny House Interior Design Tips and Where to Shop Our Staged House!

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Modern Farmhouse Villa

We love taking advantage of the day or two we have in between the completion of a tiny house in the warehouse and before the tiny heads out to its new home to stage the houses and bring the house to life! We pride ourselves on interior design, so whether you’re looking to furnish your tiny house or your regular sized house, shop our staged tiny house for these pieces that will complete any floor plan to give it that urban chic look!

About our tiny house interior design style

Our interior design aesthetic is based on our founder Malia’s interior design style. Her tiny house interior design inspiration comes from a myriad of movements, but it coalesces in to a unique modern style that makes all of our tiny houses pop! The interior design of our tiny homes makes a huge difference in presenting them and attracting people to Tru Form Tiny. When a tiny home is staged well, people can visualize themselves living in one and usually then go design their own. From West Elm to Article and more, we’ve linked some of the pieces we used in the staged tiny below!

Living Room:

Sofa: Sven Birch Ivory Sofa
Chandelier: Natural Wood & Black Ring 6 Light Chandelier
Pillows: Nublando Round Pillow, Outdoor Tie-Dye Sun Ray Pillow, Cotton Linen & Velvet Corner Pillow
Wall Decor: San Cristobal Brass Wall Hanging
Flooring: Trail Oak Vinyl Plank Flooring

Kitchen:

Mixing Bowls Set: Kaloh Mixing Bowls Set
Mini Blue Bowls: Stoneware Reactive Exposed Mini Blue Bowls
Salad Plates: Stoneware Reactive Exposed Rim Salad Plate
Kettle: Glass Tea Kettle
Pivoting Countertop & Shelf: @TruForm.By.Design

Happy shopping! 🙂

About the author 

Maia Sparkman & Adrian Winchester

Maia and Adrian have unique backgrounds that have led them to working on our marketing team. Maia, a PNW native, graduated with an undergrad in Environmental Studies and Biology from Seattle University. Adrian comes from Atlanta, and studied International Relations at Rhodes College in Memphis. Both Maia and Adrian were serving as Peace Corps Volunteers in Zambia where they lived in a unique form of tiny living in rural villages before joining the Tru Form Tiny team. They are both excited to help showcase the pros of tiny living and hope to help guide interested clients in finding the right tiny for them!

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