Yes, you heard that right…a public toilet. If you have ever sat inside a toilet stall and thought it would make a cool tiny house, you are not alone. Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England resident Hugo Hughes thought something similar and created the Loovre.
The Loovre is a former Victorian loo converted into a tiny holiday house.
The Loovre is not your run-of-the-mill lavatory. This little building was used as a Victorian ladies loo until the 1950s. The space originally held the facilities needed for ladies with large skirts to use the bathroom, so it’s larger than typical bathroom stalls. The building had also been used as an ice cream stand.
The interior features a double bed and a tiny kitchenette.
Hughes has transformed the building into a tiny house for holiday stays with Crabtree & Crabtree. The tiny house has a double bed and tiny kitchenette with a fridge, sink, Everhot electric stove, microwave and folding dining table.
The decor reflects a Victorian beach hut theme.
The interior features fresh, beachy decor with a Shaker style rack for holding folding chairs. The bed is handmade and tucked into a corner for more space. The Loovre also features a small bathroom with a shower.
The tiny house even has a shower, toilet, and sink.
By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]