The Exterior of This House Is Awesome, but Its Key Feature Is Inside
This tiny house "Cabin Title 50" is one of a kind, built in a beautiful location surrounded by forest and nature. The unique round window at the front of the tiny house, ties in with the original look of this tiny house. Lots of wood, concrete and the black roofs also add to the look of this tiny house cabin.
You get to take a peak into this stunning tiny cabin and the fireplaces they have in the tiny home. The owners had Rumford fireplaces installed in the small cabin they call totems, and anther small fireplace also installed. The other Rumford they had installed was in the Allard Residence of this beautiful tiny house space. One of the Rumford fireplaces is in a brick fireplace that is in the master bedroom of this unique tiny house, what a nice way to wake up and to keep cozy and warm, then with one of these great fireplaces. The other fireplace in the tiny house is in the great room of the place, and the Rumford fireplace is absolutely stunning.
The fireplace is attached to the wooden beams in the great room, along with the wooden ceiling that almost looks like the inside bottom of a large boat, this Rumford fireplace anchors the entire room, with couches in front of it, and the kitchen behind the massive and beautiful fireplace. Using a fireplace as a focal point in your tiny home is a great idea, especially one as grand as this particular fireplace. A fireplace that not only looks this great, but also serves as a source of heat on cold days, really does inspire this whole room.
Rumford fireplaces have been around for a long time, and were common from 1796, so this is a reputable company that really knows what they are doing when it comes to anything to do with fireplaces. A Rumford fireplace is tall and shallow to reflect more heat, and they have streamlined throats to eliminate turbulence and carry away the smoke with little loss of heated room air. The fireplaces beame common when Count Rumford first wrote about them, until about 1850. Jefferson had them built at Monticello, and Thoreau listed them among the modern conveniences that everyone took for granted. There are still many original Rumford fireplaces in the world, often buried behind newer renovations throughout the country.
Count Rumford after who the popular fireplace is named, was born Benjamin Thompson in Woburn, Massachusetts in 1753 and, because he was a loyalist, he left with the British in 1776. He spent much of his life as an employee of the Bavarian government where he received his title as Count of the Holy Roman Empire. Rumford is known mostly for the work he did on the nature of heat, and is a common name all these years later when it comes to the popular fireplaces.
Tiny houses aren't just for living in full time, they serve a variety of needs and purposes. You may consider a tiny house design for use as a guest house, for when company comes over and you want them to have a place to stay that is separate from the house (how fun for your guests if they have a space of their own, and a tiny house at that!). Or maybe you'd like a tiny house to use as your backyard artist studio or writers cabin, away from all the noise of your busy house, a place to be inspired by and to get your work and creative things done. You can also use a tiny house for a vacation home, located on your ocean view piece of property. The options are endless.
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