Design Tiny Homes Vintage Glam Tiny House Has a Transformer Platform (Video) By Kimberley Mok Writer McGill University Cornell University Kimberley Mok is a former architect who covered architecture and the arts for Treehugger starting in 2007. our editorial process Twitter Twitter Kimberley Mok Updated October 11, 2018 ©. Tiny Heirloom Share Twitter Pinterest Email Design Tiny Homes Architecture Interior Design Green Design Urban Design Even if you aren't a big fan of tiny houses, one has to admit that the variety of stylistic expressions seen in today's tiny homes doesn't cease to amaze. So far, we've seen modern ones, rustic ones, exotic ones, vardo-inspired ones -- the list goes on. Well, you can now add "vintage glam" to that list. Seen over at Tiny House Swoon, Portland, Oregon's Tiny Heirloom -- seen previously for this high-end build -- was commissioned by a Portland couple to create this sumptuous space, with a bit of old-fashioned flair. Besides the posh chandelier, the main attraction here is a clever built-in platform that acts as a "automated dining area, stairs and living space all in one", operated electronically by pushing some buttons. The bed is also hidden in a drawer here. You can see it go in this video: © Tiny Heirloom © Tiny Heirloom © Tiny Heirloom © Tiny Heirloom © Tiny Heirloom © Tiny Heirloom Spacious kitchen arranged on either side of the house, with what (we hope) are faux stone countertops. Apparently, you can fake one with paint and epoxy. © Tiny Heirloom © Tiny Heirloom © Tiny Heirloom The golden clawfoot tub and burnished metal touches round out the theme. Another nice addition is the living wall right beside the bath. © Tiny Heirloom © Tiny Heirloom © Tiny Heirloom © Tiny Heirloom No word on the cost, but this is built by a company that bills itself as a luxury tiny house builder, so it's mostly likely on the expensive end. But it's eye candy, and free to look at, to say in the least.