Tiny houses are small.  How the interior of a tiny home is finished is a very personal detail.

I think its the details of the interiors that amaze me the most.

There are about as many ways to furnish and design the interior of a tiny house, as there are tiny house owners.

Some keep it minimal, focusing on the views:
Tiny Home Office with a View

modern-hytte-house

Tiny House Kitchen View Others go the opposite route:

A Tiny Victorian Cottage

Tiny House Den

Tiny House Living Room

Tiny House Bedroom Family

Sometimes the natural wood and natural light steal the show:

Hornby Island Caravans

Tiny House Interior

Tiny House Kitchen

Tiny House Kitchen

Tiny House Loft

A pop of color can add a whole lot to such a small space:

Colorful Tiny House

Tiny House Office

Colorful Tiny House

Colorful Tiny Home

For others, the rustic look seems to be a natural fit:

Rustic Tiny House

Tiny Bedroom Fireplace

Tiny House Tub

Mushroom Dome Cabin in Aptos

 

 

 

 

The concept of a tinyhouse.

What is it about the tiny houses that draws people in?

I think it’s the same thing that draws me to bicycles: the sense of freedom, the sense of living life as if your still playing.

The concept that a tiny house is something that forces you to live a minimal, simplistic life is appealing. The concept that what could be a downpayment on a standard home, can pay for an entire tinyhouse is appealing. The concept that no one can ever take your home from you is appealing.

Whether modern:

Or Traditional:

Made of shipping container:

On a truck bed:

Or a foundation:

A little bigger:

Or teeny tiny:

It seems somehow similar to camping, or traveling or being free.

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