Tiny homes are a hot trend right now, but they aren’t always a practical option. For a family, living in such a small space proves difficult for a number of reasons. For one, living space is limited. Well, this tiny house is about to prove that you can have the best of both worlds.
Daystar Tiny Homes built the home for a couple looking to downsize in Beaverton, Ore.
The tiny home may only be 204-square-feet, yet once inside, you’ll find several cleverly designed spaces and storage units. Not to mention, the stylish design and rustic feel make us ready to move in right away.
Plus, if it ever feels too cramped inside, you can take in the view from the rooftop deck.
Or, hang out on the front porch.
Inside, the home is a perfect blend of style and practicality. Virtually everywhere you look, you’ll find a spot to stow away your belongings in cedar drawers or on shelves.
The couch in the living room pulls out into a bed to allow for more places to sleep.
Also, the fully loaded kitchen is way larger than you’d expect and has everything you need. The wood ceilings, floors and walls throughout add to the cabin-like feel.
Check out how much space the bedroom has!
As if all of that wasn’t enough, there’s an entire area of the house dedicated to organizing your things. This makes it easier for a family to consider moving into a tight space.
An added bonus, the home is green. It runs off of solar panels and a rainwater collection system. It’s truly both an eco-friendly and cozy place to live.
Get the floor plan for this tiny house at Backcountry Tiny Homes.