Vina's Tiny House contemporary-kitchen
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Vina's Tiny House Contemporary Kitchen, Los Angeles

The view of the kitchen from the great room with the fireplace. Photo: Chibi Moku
Example of a small trendy galley medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen design in Los Angeles with a single-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, wood countertops, stainless steel appliances and no island — Houzz

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cooperflint wrote:
What kind of stove is that? - I'm assuming it's not a woodstove? I am looking for a small stove for my house in Alaska.
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Would love to know where you acquired the hardware for the ladder, thanks!

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How can that stove be so close to combustibles like the curtain, the flooring and the wood cabinet?


What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz Tour: Going Off the Grid in 140 Square Feet
Having a fireplace was a priority for Lustado. She found the smallest one she could find. It cost $3,000, has a double walled flue and is remote-control operated, so she can turn it off and on from bed. “It’s superluxurious in my opinion,” she says.Trees on the property partially shade the solar panels, so she has to conserve her energy consciously. For example, she doesn’t use a blow dryer, toaster or any other appliance with a heating coil element, because it will blow the fuses. She could cut down the trees, but she doesn’t want to do that. In the future she will try to install her panels higher or buy more.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

sylviadaisypouncer added this to sylviadaisypouncer's ideas
tiny but still has staircase and woodburner
Полина Кондрашова added this to Дача
Металлические буржуйки — выгодное решение для маленьких помещений. Они занимают немного места и не требуют особых усилий при инсталляции.

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