Utilizing Every Possible Space to Its Fullest Potential

This Cabin Title 120 is so adorable! It is a pocket house, a new kind of tiny house that was designed by Wendy Turner and Jason Swift of Swift Architecture. The tiny house design located in Portland, Oregon blends the modern Scandinavian aesthetic with sustainable Pacific Northwest design. The pocket house is a 435 square foot space, that has one bedroom and a kitchenette that is fully functional. The tiny house has a separate sleeping loft, along with a private garden space. The exterior of the tiny house has a modern feel to it, with lots of wood and windows, a nice side brick patio, and good landscaping.

This is just one of the tiny house designs you will find on the Tiny House Pins site. If you've ever wondered just a little what its like to live in a small house, you are not alone. Tiny and small house living is quickly becoming more and more popular as people try to find alternatives to the large sized houses and the large mortgages that go along with them. Not everyone realizes that tiny houses aren't just for living in full time, they are also a great way to have a holiday home or vacation home, a guest house or backyard writers cabin. This small and tiny house site is a good place to be inspired by tiny house designs and styles. Some of the small house and tiny house designs you will see are a custom VW 5th wheel travel trailer; shipping containers used to build a houseboat, a 400 square foot tiny cabin, and a modern tiny solar Thoreau cabin. You might also find a modern and chic Prefab Eco-Cabana, a tiny house that is built suing recycled cardboard at a National Forest in Japan, and a tiny luxury cabin in Baja, California.

When it comes to tiny houses you aren't limited with the things you can use a tiny house space for. You might use a tiny house as a guest house a place for grandma and grandpa to stay when they come to visit. Or you might be considering a vacation tiny home where you can spend quality time with family and friends. Or like many people, maybe you have had enough of your large mortgage, and you want to downsize your living space and buy a tiny house outright. Would you live in a tiny house full time? And just because a tiny house is on the smaller size doesn't mean you have to do away with design and style.

Some things to consider if a tiny house is in your future is first the location. Will it be on a raw piece of land, closer to the city, or something that has been subdivided and ready for development? Before purchasing anything, find out what sorts of permits you will need and if you can have a tiny house on it. Once you have the location of your tiny house, you can then start to look for the tiny house that best suits your lifestyle and needs. While this is a fun part of the tiny house process, it can be overwhelming with so many tiny house options out there. Take your time, if you can and try talking to other tiny house owners, and look around see what options are available. You want to make sure you get the tiny house you want. Are you going to build your tiny house, purchase a prefabricated tiny house or will someone else build it for you? Once you find the right tiny house, depending on what you purchase or build, you will get to decorate and design the interior. This is when you make the tiny house your own, a tiny house space to call home.


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