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Living and bedroom lift inside the Kootenay tiny home (Credit: TruForm Tiny)

Kitchen and master bedroom inside the Escher tiny home (Credit: New Frontier Tiny Homes)

View towards the Coastal Craftsman’s living area, by Handcrafted Movement (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

Daybed inside the Le Petit Prince tiny house (Credit: Baluchon)

Dallas designer Paige Morse renovated two 100-year-old sheds in her backyard to create a cozy home away from home. With just two rooms and 250 square feet, her space is remarkably stylish and space-efficient.

With authentic country character and hand-crafted, farmhouse-inspired details, Tiny Heirloom Homes makes it easy to downsize and upgrade at the same time. This 192-square-foot luxury farmhouse is outfitted with a sleeping loft, kitchen, bathroom, living space, and even a laundry machine. The base model, similar to the one shown here, starts at $65,000 and includes delivery plus a one-time trip out to the company’s Oregon City headquarters to see its construction.

The Fuchsia’s loft bedroom, notice the space lost to the roof jutting down  (Credit: Abel Zyl)

The Spiesses managed to fit a washer and dryer in this 2-foot-wide closet, which still has another 4 square feet of overhead storage space to boot!

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View towards the loft of the Tiny Adventure Home (Credit: Tiny Heirloom)

View towards the Coastal Craftsman’s living area (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

Dining area inside the Escher tiny home (Credit: New Frontier Tiny Homes)

The couple’s quaint bedroom is only 4 feet high, which is just big enough to fit a king-size bed.

Open shelving and beadboard paneling are both practical and attractive in this pantry.

Kitchen and living area inside the RoadHaus tiny home

Living area in the Acadia tiny house (Credit: Wind River Tiny Homes)

If not a necessity, bedroom lofts are a very commonly used device in tiny home construction. They ask inhabitants to do away with any semblance of respectable headroom, but in return they make way for bigger kitchens, enclosed bathrooms, dining spaces and lounge areas.

View towards the bathroom from La Bohème’s kitchenette (Credit: Baluchon)

Inside the 22-ft Off Grid Tiny Home (Credit: MitchCraft Tiny Homes)

View towards the Silhouette's kitchen, by Wind River Tiny Homes

Janet and Larry Korff took out the bulky bathroom door and replaced it with a stylish curtain. The upgrade makes the space feel far less cramped, but it still ensures privacy.

Try scaled-down living on for size at Live a Little, a collection of three mini retreat, including the Old Blue Chair shown here, surrounding a central fire pit on a scenic mountaintop property just outside Chattanooga, Tennessee. Rates from $142 per night.

The Laurier’s mirror, on the left wall, can be pulled downwards to use as a table (Credit: Minimaliste)

Michelle and Tyson Spiess used top-of-the-line materials, fixtures, and finishes to create their space that doesn’t skimp on style or quality.

This cute 80-square-foot guest cabin was built in just three weeks for $700.

View of the Laurier's living room from the loft

The Breezeway by Tiny Heirloom measures 8.6 ft (2.6 m) in width

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With an attachable greenhouse and porch, the Elsa by Olive Nest Tiny Homes proves that you can still have it all in a small space.

The Silhouette's living room by Wind River Tiny Homes, complete with a workout space

Storage loft inside the Denali tiny house (Credit: Timbercraft Tiny Homes)

Visitors enter the Catalina into a well-equipped kitchen area (Credit: Tiny Innovations)

Inside the Denali, by Timbercraft Tiny Homes (Credit: Timbercraft Tiny Homes)

The Urban Payette tiny house with Elevator Bed has an attractive cedar ceiling (Credit: Tru Form Tiny)

At 970 square feet, this quaint cottage is certainly on the larger side of the tiny home movement, but this little home has plenty of small space design ideas. Built in 1890, the charming Redlands, California property was originally the gardener’s residence on a large estate.

Some say constraint breeds creativity, and a particularly pleasing place to see this in action is inside the burgeoning tiny house movement. It’s a place where full-time homes are made to fit onto a single trailer, and a peek inside shows not just how crafty tiny home builders can be in making the most of limited space, but making things look good while they’re at it.

The Damselfly House’s kitchen also includes an induction stove (Credit: Zyl Vardos)

View towards the Breezeway’s kitchen, by Tiny Heirloom (Credit: Shelsi Lindquist)

The Coastal Craftsman’s kitchen has quite a bit of storage for a tiny house (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

Living large is officially a thing of the past. Settling in a tiny house is more than just a trend—it’s a lifestyle choice that people all over the country are happily taking up. Although many structures can measure less than 300 feet, with ideas this stylish and innovative, small-sized homes are anything but a sacrifice.

Jump on into the gallery for a look at some our favorite tiny home interiors.

The Retreat’s master bedroom (Credit: Timbercraft Tiny Homes)

And although the tiny living movement is defined by a willingness to do without the material goods and luxuries that accompany a typical lifestyle, you’ll be amazed by how some folks strike a balance.

Kitchen area inside the Tiny Adventure Home (Credit: Tiny Heirloom)

Living area inside the Utopia tiny house, which serves as a full time home for two (Credit: Baluchon)

The interior of the Acadia has been fitted with fixtures and metal accents, which work with the white shiplap walls to create an industrial feel (Credit: Wind River Tiny Homes)

This treehouse-slash-guest room looks small from the outside, but boasts a living room, office area, and bedroom within.

Top-down view of the Cedar House’s kitchen (Credit: Timbercraft Tiny Homes)

The ground floor of the Ébène measures 360 sq ft (33 sq m) (Credit: Minimaliste)

Living area inside the Utopia tiny house, which serves as a full time home for two

When square footage is tight, it helps if statement pieces are both charming and useful. An old wood-burning stove brings a vintage vibe to new construction and also heats the entire place.

It took Paige four months to renovate the two sheds into one stunning guest house.

Dining area inside the Escher tiny home

To make tight quarters—such as the Robinson’s living room—have more continuity, use one accent color throughout the house. Amanda chose a cool, icy blue.

View towards the Coastal Craftsman's living area, by Handcrafted Movement

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Inside the Artist tiny house, which includes a kitchen with full-size appliances and plenty of storage space (Credit: Alpine Tiny Homes)

Paige simply attached a piece of striped fabric to her bathroom sink—instead of installing a bulky set of drawers—to cover up her necessities. The double mirrors also create the illusion of more space.

Built-ins are always a welcome storage solution when space is at a premium. The homeowner implemented green drawers (a garage sale find) for the “dresser” that’s built into the wall.

The City tiny house kitchen includes two-burner propane stove and microwave (Credit: Alternative Living Spaces)

The Sturgis has a total floorspace of just 170 sq ft (15.8 sq m) (Credit: Cubist Engineering)

View towards the Silhouette’s kitchen, by Wind River Tiny Homes (Credit: Wind River Tiny Homes)

Although blogger Amanda Robinson and her family of four downsized their home by 1,100 (!) square feet after moving from the city to the country, they couldn’t be happier with their new place.

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The Phoenix House is located in Kalapana, on the Island of Hawaiʻi, near the base of the huge Mauna Loa volcano (Credit: Smiling Forest)

Top-down view of the Eucalyptus’ main living area (Credit: Minimaliste)

The City tiny house includes a sofa bed (Credit: Alternative Living Spaces)

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Options for the Catalina include washer/dryer (Credit: Tiny Innovations)

The Breezeway by Tiny Heirloom measures 8.6 ft (2.6 m) in width (Credit: Shelsi Lindquist)

View towards the kitchen in the Fuchsia tiny house (Credit: Abel Zyl)

Living area in the Acadia tiny house

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Although (very) small, this cooking space features a a 24-inch under-counter fridge, a 20-inch four-burner gas range, and ample granite counter space.

Compact appliances and smaller-scale custom cabinetry—featuring salvaged leaded fronts and old sewing drawers—are just the right size for this tiny kitchen.

The Millennial Tiny House has two French doors that open the home to the outdoors (Credit: Build Tiny)

The Silhouette’s living room by Wind River Tiny Homes, complete with a workout space (Credit: Wind River Tiny Homes)

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Kitchen and living area in the Legacy tiny house (Credit: Heart & Wood)

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A mirror used to give the impression of more room in the Swallowtail (Credit: Tiny House Company)

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Deep navy walls make this 8′-by-10′ bedroom feel quaint rather than claustrophobic.

Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses installed two sets of vertical louvers to offer a little privacy between the two upstairs bedrooms (Credit: Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses)

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The interior of the Acadia has been fitted with fixtures and metal accents, which work with the white shiplap walls to create an industrial feel

The Cornelia Tiny House, by New Frontier Tiny Homes

A hand-built hideaway—short on space, tall on charm—looks right at home among the Douglas firs of Port Orchard, Washington.

This tiny house is a musician’s dream: it houses a giant working amp and the deck even doubles as a stage.

The Cornelia Tiny House, by New Frontier Tiny Homes

Bikepacking and bush-bashing through lush forest on Australia’s spectacular southern coast

Kitchen and living area inside the RoadHaus tiny home (Credit: Wheelhaus)

You’ll find nautical decorating inspiration in every nook and cranny of this recently restored waterside retreat situated in Provincetown, Massachusetts. From its weathered finishes to its ocean blue wood floors, it’s brimming with boat-tiful ideas for sea-loving homeowners.

The Ondine’s staircase has an alternating step layout (Credit: Baluchon)

Their sleeping space was so important that Emily and Sloane Southard actually designed their entire treehouse around it.

Shelving inside The Nugget tiny house (Credit: Modern Tiny Living)

“I joke that the structure is a family quilt of salvaged windows, because they came from important people in our lives,” Christina says. “We got windows from my husband’s, aunt, my mom, an old landlord…”

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The Cornelia Tiny House, by New Frontier Tiny Homes (Credit: New Frontier Tiny Homes)

The Cedar House’s bathroom includes a composting toilet and clawfoot bathtub (Credit: Timbercraft Tiny Homes)

Inside The Retreat tiny home (Credit: Timbercraft Tiny Homes)

The Coastal Craftsman's kitchen has quite a bit of storage for a tiny house

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The Urban Payette tiny house with Elevator Bed has an attractive cedar ceiling(Credit: Tru Form Tiny)

Bathtub with a view inside the Kestrel tiny home (Credit: Rewild Homes)

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View towards the Ridgewood’s living room (Credit: Timbercraft Tiny Homes)

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View from the bedroom loft inside the Ridgewood tiny house (Credit: Timbercraft Tiny Homes)

San Juan Tiny House’s elevating bed turns living room into bedroom

This upstate New York picturesque perch, owned by Treehouse Masters’ Christina Salway, is constructed from roughly 75 salvaged windows.

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The Pemberley’s kitchenette (Credit: Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses)

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The Nugget measures just 12 ft-long, yet looks quite roomy inside (Credit: Modern Tiny Living)

The Ébène’s living room/dining room complete with an L-shaped lounge (Credit: Minimaliste)

We often see staircases leading up to these lofts put to use as storage cupboards and drawers for hiding away bits and pieces, which helps create low-clutter interiors whose orderliness defies these very tight confines.

Slideout pet bowls inside the Denali (Credit: Timbercraft Tiny Homes)

A horizontally striped rug make this narrow porch look wider.

We’ve seen tiny houses with jacuzzis and large dining spaces, and those featured here make clever use of space to include gyms, wine racks, claw foot baths and four-burner stoves. And on top of that, they are stunning examples of tasteful interior design at work.

The Wikkelhouse can be used as an office, studio, or tiny home (Credit: Yvonne Witte)

Kitchen area inside the Phoenix tiny home (Credit: Alpine Tiny Homes)

Plenty of storage inside the Kestrel tiny house (Credit: Rewild Homes)

The Damselfly House’s upstairs sleeping loft is reached by storage-integrated staircase (Credit: Zyl Vardos)

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A shot of the Ridgewood’s clawfoot bathtub, showing overhead shower (Credit: Timbercraft Tiny Homes)

The interior of La Bohème looks surprisingly spacious, given its size (Credit: Baluchon)

The Laurier's mirror, on the left wall, can be pulled downwards to use as a table

Bedroom loft in the Legacy tiny house (Credit: Heart & Wood)

By sticking to a black-and-white color scheme, Paige makes her modestly-sized kitchen appear much larger than it really is.

View of the Laurier’s living room from the loft (Credit: Minimaliste)

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The Swallowtail’s interior layout looks uncluttered (Credit: Tiny House Company)

Inside this treehouse-inspired tiny cabin, you’ll find salvaged church windows, reclaimed wood, and a funky dining table set crafted from old boats.

Kitchen and master bedroom inside the Escher tiny home

Clean living inside the English Rose tiny house (Credit: Alpine Tiny Homes)

Kitchen inside the Kootenay’s tiny home (Credit: TruForm Tiny)

Bedroom loft in the Artist tiny house (Credit: Alpine Tiny Homes)

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Work with what you already possess to decorate. All of us possess items in our property , probably packed up inside boxes somewhere and don`t have given them a 2nd glance. Your property needs a few accessories. As opposed to running to be able to the store, take some sort of good look at that which you already have. Trays, wood , acrylic, metal or sterling silver can be on top rated of luggage racks, green tea carts, trunks, bedside dining tables and coffee tables with regard to extra texture and sizing . Arrange candles on these people , frames or pile textbooks on top of these people . Plates can be strung to create wonderful wall structure art. Art from kids books can be presented and hung in nurseries, children`s rooms or their very own bathrooms. You will end up being amazed at your expertise with what you currently have!

Live green . Add plants to be able to your living area . Add all of them to every room, smaller or large, few or even many. Plants is surely an economical means to accessorizing the space and adding coloring and texture. Not simply are plants beautiful although many can clean family air and balance moisture . They can absorb contaminants and remove harmful fumes from the air. Simply no home should be with no these wonderful greens!

Add a dangling pot holder to the kitchen. Kitchens are intended to be warm in addition to inviting. We spend very much of our time within them whether it end up being for preparing meals, helping meals or entertaining. The hanging pot rack pays to elegance. Kitchens are designed to feel as although they are in continuous use and a dangling pot rack certainly helps make one feel this approach . In addition to seeking so wonderful, (there a wide range of sizes and styles available) additional cupboard space beneath has become freed up in order to store other items. Almost never has anyone complained regarding having too much storage area.

Whether or not you`ve just moved and looking for a rapid , little home pick-me-up, or even perhaps something better, presently there are some well-known interior design tricks that designers make use of which you too can effortlessly do with minimal work and cost. Sometimes the particular smallest things make best impact. It could become digging in a looking glass , a painting, a lamp fixture or even a vegetable. You want to become softer your walls, brighten a new room, or exercise . warmness to your living room. Look into these clever design and style as well as observe how they can motivate you!

Differ your workout. Mix way up patterns and textures. Combine up old and brand-new , expensive and cheap. There`s nothing wrong with positioning family heirlooms alongside the modern couch. Great insides decorators will tell a person that one of typically the most important aspect in order to decorating your property is that this reflects who you will be , your personality and your own style. A vintage Chippendale workplace that was your grandfather`s tells a story. This tells the story regarding your past. The modern day couch you became adoringly obsessed with and just had to purchase likewise tells a story, your current story, and there is usually no good reason that the offer and past can`t co-exist beautifully together. The identical can easily be said for fine art. You now might not desire to place a piece of art by Salvador Dali about the same wall next to a new Monet, but there`s zero reason why they cannot end up being in the same area together. With fabrics whether or not it be furniture, mats or pillows, varied hues and patterns would bring friendliness and texture into the being space.

Make use of area rugs to make softer hardwood floors. Throw carpets give warmth and could add great texture, coloring and personality to your current living space. Hardwood flooring surfaces are beautiful and quick to keep but they be short of the comfort that carpeted floors offer, particularly within the cooler months. Region rugs can also put fun and functionality in order to your living area . Use a number of of varying patterns plus fabrics together to highlight your character. Or put several rugs of typically the identical pattern and cloth , or different textures although the same color. Typically the possibilities are endless. An individual can change your location rugs to reflect typically the seasons using warmer colors and fabrics for chiller months and lighter kinds for the warmer instances of the year. Generally there are many lovely organic cotton , washable area rugs which in turn are well suited for those houses with children. There genuinely is no reason precisely why a residence with young kids cannot become a trendy one.

Wicker baskets. Straw-plaited baskets are an inexpensive and elegant solution to include storage to any space . Baskets can be applied to store and exhibit books, architectural and interior decoration magazines, toys, towels plus blankets to name some sort of few. Place a few little wicker baskets around the counter-tops in your kitchen in order to beautifully display and shop your fruit and fresh vegetables.

Work with decorative mirrors to include fast light to your living area . As seen above, showcases may also be used to make some sort of small space feel bigger . For larger rooms, or perhaps any room with the more limited amount involving natural light, mirrors positioned directly across through the house windows , will add instant lighting . Decorative mirrors may also be used within lieu of art in order to fill empty wall room . Large or small, showcases add light and dimensions to your living area.

Paint smaller areas in softer, lighter colours which will make the room sense larger. The living place above is a fantastic sort of how in order to maximize a small living area . A room of this specific size provides the tendency to be able to seem cramped, nevertheless the big windows, light colored wall surfaces and ample using wall mirrors not only reflect the particular natural light pouring inside in the doors and the particular windows however the use regarding mirrors also shows the optic illusion of space, generating the room seem greater than it actually is definitely . Conversely, darker colors may make a room experience smaller. Even with the particular abundance of natural light source and the strategic holding of the mirrors, this kind of room in a dark shade could have an extra boxed-in feel with it.

Slip into a thing more comfortable!. Slip protects frequently get a negative rap but they are usually truly wonderful things. These people can function as a means that of changing your furniture`s look to reflect typically the seasons. These easily taken out coverings improve a complex look without constantly having to worry about people dirtying or even spilling on your pieces of furniture . Slip covers are excellent for rooms used often by children. Over a new white slip-covered couches provides the air of an everyday , comfortable, easy yet superior elegance.

Color or wallpaper your bookcases. This instant pop regarding color will brighten in addition to re-energize any room! Really amazing how something thus simple as a layer of colorful paint can easily instantly energize and change your space. This integrated bookcase would be basic and ordinary with no brilliant blue interior. Possibly the most basic and most inexpensive solution to transform a boring area is usually to apply a coating of paint somewhere sudden . Bookcases are an perfect place to start as you don`t need to color a large area. Additional fun places to include some sort of pop of color contain painting fireplace mantels, the particular insides of closets, hallways and ceilings.

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