The interiors of Wayfarer Tiny Homes are the creative design genius of Shaye Gardiner, who nailed the brief and produced a stunning show home drawing inspiration from a, ‘New York Styled Apartment meets Hampton’s Summer Home.’
The much-anticipated show home has a chef-inspired kitchen with full sized, in-built Italian appliances and an impressive amount of functional upper and lower cabinet storage space. “We provide several options for appliances with SMEG and Hafele official appliance partners with Wayfarer Tiny Homes” says, Shaye.
The central portion of the home features a bright open space with soaring vaulted ceilings and polished aluminium frames with 6mm laminated glass. This not only provides long lines of sight to give you the illusion it is much larger than it is – it physically opens the house completely blurring the lines between interior and exterior space while providing cross-flow ventilation and convective cooling via the second story louvered windows.
The rear cabinetry camouflages an additional wall mounted main floor queen bed while boasting loads of shelving and storage. There are two, cleverly hidden pull out desks with USB plugins and ample power points to run your home office with an additional yacht inspired drop-down dining table and a host of other space saving luxuries that are hidden from view to keep the space looking clean and crisp.
There are two large and functional ‘His & Hers’ wardrobes that provide needed hanging clothes storage and form the entranceway to the bathroom.
The bathroom boasts a full-sized stand- alone tub with shower rail surrounded by floor to ceiling two-tone subway tiles, a waterless composting toilet, sink and wall to wall mirrored vanity, with an in-built front loading washing machine with practical laundry folding facilities above.
Queen sized sleeping lofts sit above the kitchen and the bathroom however one loft is currently styled as a full-sized lounge room where you can curl up and read a book, watch TV or work on your laptop.
The Wayfarer Tiny Homes ‘plug and play’ model is directly connected to power, water and cable (if available) giving the option of having on-site WiFi. Hot water is generously supplied through a Bosch 4000 LPG powered, on-demand hot water system that will never leave you out in the cold. All services are stored in a connected weather-proof utility shed that is an integral part of the steel skid and meets Australian Building Standards pertaining to plumbing, electrical and LPG storage.
If Channel 9’s ‘The Block’ ever starts building tiny houses – Wayfarer would be on a winner.