Light Paint Makes a Tiny Home Interior Look a Lot Bigger, Doesn't It?
This charming tiny house is a Small Phased Home, which shows both phases of its build. The living room with a small bedroom the first part of the build. Phase two involved moving a bedroom and adding the rest of the tiny house. This tiny house was built and designed by Knight Associates Architects. In the photos, you can see the phases to the build in the slight difference in sizes between the two. They blend beautifully, inside and out. One photo shows the tiny house build interior before it was finished with drywall and paint, and it still looks good! The thing you notice first about this tiny house design is its simplicity, with a nice white exterior, wooden shingle roof, and green door. The tiny house design fits in perfectly to its lovely natural surroundings of trees, water, and green grass lawn, where there are also lots of gardens happening. Once inside the tiny house space, you have light wood floors, with countertops, tables, and railings in a matching wood tone. All of the walls, built in shelving and cabinets are white to make the tiny house space feel spacious and open. The upstairs loft has a ladder that leads up to it. Lots of windows in the tiny house, let in natural light and good views of the natural surroundings. A beautiful and bright tiny house space, that feels cozy and inviting.
Small House Swoon features some of the most charming and unique tiny homes from all over the place. Small house living is more popular than ever before. Never have there been so many small house designs, tiny house designs, sizes and plans to choose from and it's no wonder, what these small house spaces lack in size they make up for in style and design. Who says the square footage of your house matters? It's whats inside that counts! On this small house site, you will find all sorts of tiny house inspirations and ideas. Some of the original tiny house photos and designs you'll see include the Black Walnut Guesthouse, Floating home Muskoka boathouse, a Peaceful Log Cabin, electric bed tiny house, and a New Mexico strawbale. You can also take a look at the Vista Street Bungalow, the Alqueva Floating Home, Cabin Compound, The Beach Cottage, the Writer's Studio Barn and a Hood River Cabin.
No matter where you look these days it seems are seeing tiny houses from locations all over the place. Lately more and more people are thinking about tiny homes, and because of that, you see more designs and tiny house plans available to choose. For many of us, we have become accustomed to living in larger sized homes, when it fact, we don't need as much space as we all think. That's not to say that everyone should run out and downsize. Tiny house living is not for everyone. But we can all learn a lesson in simplicity and take a break from needing so much. We could use a bit less, and with that, we could save some money and possibly afford to do more of the things we love.
If you've ever wondered about small house living, you may be surprised to find out how many types of small house designs and plans are out there. With names like teardrop campers, tree houses, car campers, van dwellings, gypsy vardo caravans, and backyard offices. You might even find tiny apartments, beach cottages, park models, house boats, yurts, and cob cottages. When it comes to tiny house living the sky is the limit.
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