A tiny home is like a self-portrait. It showcases the owner’s personality, style, and lifestyle preferences. That’s what we love about our tiny house. Its design is tailored specifically for us. How do you achieve a space that reflects you and maximizes the limited space? There’s no one right way to do it. It starts with identifying your priorities and a whole lot of creativity.
1) Multi-Functional Everything
Less available space, the more creative the design. Almost everything in our tiny home has at least two functions (and as many as five!). Our staircase is also a seat, a storage chest, bookshelf, and closet. Stay away from furniture with just one function. Built-ins provide the optimal flexibility.