How To Live Sustainably AND Luxuriously

It used to be that there was a pretty clear choice: live large or live small. Living large meant comfort, quality, and a large footprint. Living small meant sacrificing sophistication and durability. Oregon micro-home purveyor Tiny Heirloom has a new idea: downsize, don't downgrade. They help people lessen their impact by designing and building small yet luxurious homes. Because we share their commitment to quality and sustainability, they've chosen us to be their preferred lighting and hardware partner. We make over 90% of our lights in our factory using high-quality materials like solid brass and American-made handblown glass, and work with craftspeople at home and abroad to bring our customers home goods that will look great for years to come. And guess what? The sense of permanence and exquisite craft is almost even more important in a tiny home, where no detail goes unnoticed.

The Thornburn Narrow Wall Sconce with PAR20 LED bulb shines without adding bulk or heat.
When the footprint of a house is this small, using the high-quality materials makes all the difference.
Tiny Heirloom houses can be made to work with on-grid or off-grid power sources, so your Rejuvenation lights will shine bright wherever you are.
Reclaimed wood shelving keeps everything within reach and provides a sustainable alternative.
Light and bright, full of light. A tiny house keeps you close to nature.
Living sustainably doesn't mean you should skimp on luxury. The heft of well-made cabinet hardware is a simple pleasure.
Details like solid brass and handblown glass make all the difference in intimate spaces.
A trio of Burnside bare bulb pendants, a slim fridge, and long-and-lean solid brass Dawson hardware create verticality.
A Fermob bistro set brings a little Parisian flair.

For anyone who has considered living the simple life, but hasn't felt ready to turn your back on luxury, take a look at the tiny dream homes at And shop the Tiny Heirloom collection at