This blog was written in collaboration with Tiny Europe.
Tiny Europe is making good progress. The company started in 2018 as the little brother of ‘Tiny Parks’, but has now become an independent and successful supplier of Tiny Houses with a wide range of models. Tiny Europe recently opened a new showroom in Werkhoven, where you can view several models with still more to come, before making your choice.
A suitable solution for small and large projects
More and more people know where to find Tiny Europe. Private Tiny House enthusiasts, but also organizations that want to use the possibilities that Tiny Houses offer. The company can easily deliver large orders at once, which offers great opportunities for collaboration with inspiring projects. Ralph de Boer of Tiny Europe says:
“We are getting more and more interesting projects for all kinds of organizations such as Youth Care and the catering industry (for staff housing), but also many requests from private individuals who want to get out of the rat race and put their Tiny House on a farmyard or on a plot of land that they have bought. We notice that more and more people are completely satisfied with full comfort within a somewhat smaller space. Especially given all the rising costs and the harrowing housing shortage.”
The company is happy to offer a suitable solution for individual Tiny House enthusiasts, but can also meet larger demands. This year, the stock will be expanded to a standard stock of ten to twenty Tiny Houses, so that they always have stock with short delivery times and something for everyone.
A brand new showroom
Another great advantage of Tiny Europe, in addition to being able to deliver quickly, is the wide choice of models that the company offers. This range is also still being expanded. What was missing until now was a suitable location to give interested parties the opportunity to view the Tiny Houses before purchasing. This is now possible in the new Tiny Europe showroom in Werkhoven, where Model Prunus and model Morus can currently be admired. Model Buxus will follow as soon as possible.
The showroom is still under development. In the coming months the company will be working hard on decorations, so that it will have the appearance and vibe of an attractive mini ‘holiday park’. From December onwards you can always admire at least three varying models there. But you can already visit the showroom, Ralph assures: “People are always welcome! Feel free to contact us to make an appointment.”
They have already received many positive reactions from visitors. The showroom is quite unique, there are few places in the Netherlands where you can view Tiny Houses and the interest is high. Tiny Europe is the first supplier of Tiny Houses with its own showroom. The location in Werkhoven is centrally located, near Utrecht and in a natural environment where the Tiny Houses are at place. This way Tiny Europe can give potential customers from all over the Netherlands the optimal experience when they come to view.
Ralph de Boer: “We are looking forward to receiving people already, even though there is still a lot to be done!”
Of course you can also find Tiny Europe on TinyFindy:
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