With real estate prices soaring higher and higher every day, it’s no wonder more and more people are looking into living in tiny homes. These houses are definitely smaller than a regular house but you’d be amazed to see how much you can fit inside, especially when you put your creative juices to good use. If you, too, are thinking of moving into your own tiny home soon, check out these pics for inspiration.
- Amazing floor storage hack – this tiny home features a nice area for lounging and entertaining but before you think about how much space is wasted, you need to see the amazing floor storage. The floor in the center of the living area opens up to an amazing storage space that’s perfect for storing items that are quite bulky.
- A warm and lively tiny home – a lot of people have this common misconception about tiny living spaces being boring and dull but, just like this picture shows, the right lighting and a few pots of plants is all you need to make it look lively and warm.
- Tiny house with a view – another common misconception about tiny homes is that they tend to make you feel like you’re being suffocated all the time. However, if you build and design it right, you could have an amazing view like this that will make you look forward to waking up every morning in your space-saving home.
- Industrial chic – wooden floors, brick walls, and metal accents are all you need to achieve this gorgeous industrial chic vibe in your tiny home. If you’re looking for ways to make your tiny home feel warm and cozy, this is definitely a good option for you.
- Scandinavian Vibes – here’s another tiny home interior design idea that you might want to take inspiration from. White walls and warm wood accents make for a great Scandinavian-inspired home. Don’t forget to add pops of color here and there to keep the whole house looking cheery and welcoming.
- Skylights in the bedroom – most tiny homes have the sleeping area situated on an elevated level, much like a loft, which is why the sleeping area in a tiny house often looks and feels a little claustrophobic. To solve this problem, why not install skylights in your tiny home? If this photo doesn’t make you want to do it, I don’t know what will.
- Villa facade – tiny homes don’t always have to have boring exteriors, too, you know. Check out this one with a facade reminiscent of a villa in a nice tropical place.
- Modern tiny home – here are some more tiny house exterior inspiration for those who want something more modern and edgy.