Grant Lilly created this one-of-a-kind man-cave paradise on New Zealand’s Waiheke Island on top of a hill overlooking the spectacular big ocean. A mere 108-squarefoot of tiny space comes alive as a warm and colorful residence suitable for a single person. And if that weren’t already enough, the relaxing sound of waves combined with a light sea breeze is enough to loosen anyone up! Check out this video and see for yourself!
Sitting proudly on a hilltop overlooking Rocky Bay on New Zealand’s Waiheke Island is the home of Grant Lilly. Affectionately named the Lillypad, this Tiny House is under 10 square meters (108 square feet) and boasts sea views that are truly spectacular. Inside the Lillypad, the home is warmly filled with books, as well as Grant’s artistic creations. The home is simple, with a desk for working, a sofa seat and a bed that comes down from the ceiling via a pulley system. The semi-outdoor kitchen area is carved out of rock and sits in the hillside next to the Tiny House. A labour of love, the cave-like area was chipped out over a period of 10 years. Now it is a brilliantly rustic addition to Grant’s home, filled with character and charm.