Vina Lustado runs Sol Haus Design, a company that plans high-end custom homes and large office interiors for corporate headquarters.
But when it came to designing her own place to live – Vina went tiny.
She spent one year crafting the layout of her beautiful tiny home (you can get plans here) and the outcome is amazing.
Like most tiny house builds, Vina used an 8′ by 20′ utility trailer for the foundation.
But inside, upgrades like a gas fireplace and operating skylights make this house one-of-a-kind.
Vina enlisted the help of visual artists Joshua and Natsuko of Chibi Moku to give life to the story of her tiny home – and to focus on the people who helped make the project possible.
Vina’s home is beautifully nestled in the trees in Ojai, California.
Love that sun shade over the front porch.
The natural wood color balances well with the green surroundings.
Peaceful sitting area framed by the front entrance.
The spacious first floor has a huge writing desk to one side.
Elegant bookshelf design.
The kitchen is opposite the great room. What a fantastic wood-burning stove. I bet it keeps the house quite warm.
Unique window and shelf position in the kitchen.
Snug loft makes for cozy sleeping. The skylight can be opened as well.
You can watch the video that Chibi Moku made for Vina below. The two cinematographers, Joshua and Natsuko, live in an RV and recently made an awesome video montage of their first 500 days on the road.
[vimeo http://vimeo.com/102470377 w=720]