Now here's a tiny house with a funky design. You need to have a look at the High-Flying Tiny Home built for Lisette, a flight attendant who wanted to get out of the rental game. So instead of having to share her living space with roommates, she opted to have a tiny house built for her. The tiny house build was featured on HGTV's Tiny Luxury, and it's seriously one of a kind. The exterior shows off the home's uniqueness right away with the rounded windows and the mod front entrance.
The rounded windows are also a nod to Lisette's career as a flight attendant and the small windows that you can peer out of as you're flying through the air. There is also a large round window at the head of her bed in addition to the smaller round windows which adds to the mod style of the home. The kitchen includes everything she needs to make her meals when she's home. There is a full-sized stainless steel stove, a huge stainless steel sink, and an apartment sized fridge. Besides the main sleeping loft, she also has another loft with a smaller bed in it that can be used for lounging or for an overnight guest.
There are stairs leading up to the main loft and a ladder for the second loft. The handmade bench sofa is just the right size for the living room area, and it looks like it could even fold out to be a bed. All of these incredible features makes this the perfect place for a flight attendant to land when she's not in the air.