Inside, Storey chose to leave materials unfinished and as natural as possible — matte ceramic bathroom tiles, exposed concrete structural pillars and walls, and white-oak doors and floors. The latter were treated with WOCA, a VOC-free Danish floor oil.

“I left the concrete exposed to add texture — it’s a nice touch, because it’s something you’d normally see in much more high-spec houses,” says Storey.  Photo 4 of 9 in Twin Houses on Tiny Lots Stretch Outward for Space
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The lounge setup shows one of five “bump-outs” — in this case, it is used to provide additional seating without taking up floor space. In other parts of the house, the built-in seats also provide extra sleeping areas.  Photo 6 of 9 in Twin Houses on Tiny Lots Stretch Outward for Space
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