Three new tiny houses to be added to Orlando Lakefront, rented out as bed and breakfast space

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Bluetreehome designer Nikki Vega's "Vitruvian" - IMAGE VIA COVERINGS
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  • Bluetreehome designer Nikki Vega's "Vitruvian"
Unless you're an interior designer, contractor, or have a SERIOUS shiplap addiction form watching too much HGTV, you probably aren't planning to attend Coverings, "the global tile and stone experience" at the Orange County Convention Center Tuesday, April 4, through Friday, April 7.

Moodboard for "Palm Springs Retro Bungalow" by Kim Lewis, of ABC’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” - IMAGE VIA COVERINGS
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  • Moodboard for "Palm Springs Retro Bungalow" by Kim Lewis, of ABC’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition”
But if you're into tiny houses, maybe reconsider: Three will be on the exhibit floor this year as part of the Coverings' Installation Design Showcase, with tile and stone finishes being installed over the four-day run of the expo.



And the best part, for Orlando? After Coverings, they'll be incorporated into Adam Money's Orlando Lakefront tiny house community, to serve as rentable bed & breakfast space.

Learn more about the Installation Design Showcase here. Entry to Coverings is free with registration.
"West Michigan House," by Lauren Figueroa of the Georgia Pear Interiors - IMAGE VIA COVERINGS
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  • "West Michigan House," by Lauren Figueroa of the Georgia Pear Interiors



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