When does a tiny house become a work of art? When it's being designed and built by a visual artist who is a master of his trade, and who wants his creation to double as a studio and be built using only refurbished materials. Instilling new life into those salvaged materials by repurposing them is one thing but this is turning them into the materials of a dream.
The artist's name is Daniel Blagovich and his creation is known as the Little White House. But that's not because it resembles the presidential mansion at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, but rather because everything inside out is a shade of white, making it look like a French dream palace inside.
"I wanted a place to have a fire in the winter ... and gradually it got bigger and the ceilings got taller," Blagovich writes on his website.
The toasty fire is the only non-white object in the house, contained in a vertical casing that is both safe and visually appealing.
"His little white house is complete perfection," says fan ~Romantic ~Vintage Home~ on Facebook.
Even the studio appeal is a work of art, with hanging paintbrushes serving as a painting.
The loft sleeping area goes against type, a vision of sheets, pillows, and a mini-chandelier.
Green compliments white on the porch/patio as plants in unique containers add natural charm.
A project that became a living space, the Little White House encompasses everything that a tiny home should be.