As far as the layout, there was careful thought given by Tony about his possessions- what to keep, what to get rid of, and of the things he kept, where they should go. There were specific spots built for specific things- lot’s of open storage under the bed for his many instruments, cd shelves, book shelves, a shelf for magazine folders for his papers and so on.” – Tiny House Blog
Study Beds allow you to turn any extra bedroom into a study and back into a bedroom in seconds. What’s especially clever about the design is nothing on the desk’s surface has to be moved or even disrupted when it lowers and reveals the flip down bed. Available in single and double models.” – Curbly
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When the bed’s up the room becomes a dining area or home office, making the TableBed a perfect space extender for a studio or even a home office that sees guests only once in a blue moon. Inova smartly included a recessed mirror as well, “to expand the sense of space in the room.” – Apartment Therapy
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We built Old Style boxes on both sides – and a drop down tail gate. Inside is a neat antique style cabinet and plenty of drawers for storage” – Idaho Sheep Camp
See more of this Sheep Wagon with Antique Wood Spoke Wheels.
This house is 22 feet long by 8 feet wide. It has a cedar exterior, copper roof (fabricated by Abel from sheet copper), and handmade windows all around. The stained glass windows are restored and set in frames Abel built. It has wood heat, on demand hot water & shower, and a composting type toilet.” – Tiny House Blog
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The first time I saw a sleeping loft was on an episode of Little House On The Prairie. Fans of the show may remember the little sleeping area just behind the chimney stack that Charles built specifically for Laura and Mary to sleep in.
Excellent idea that would fit perfectly into a tiny house.
“A common dilemma for expanding families in small spaces is what to do when the number of kids outpaces the number of bedrooms. Bunk beds are a popular and obvious solution, and rightly so. Going vertical is always a good option. But what if your small space cannot accommodate a traditional bunk bed setup? All is not lost. In fact, floor space is gained with the Double Murphy Bunk Bed.”
via Double Murphy Bunk Bed by Casa Kids | Apartment Therapy.
Here’s an idea for tiny house family living. Build custom bedroom furniture to meet your needs.
“Four sisters sharing one room? That’s just the kind of challenge Casa Kids loves. Here, the Brooklyn-based company, who specializes in bunk and loft beds, created a custom solution in a “beautiful, but compact” loft in Soho, New York so these siblings can bunk up together beautifully.”
Read more about A Custom Bunk Solution for Four Sisters | Apartment Therapy.