…multilevel 3m x 3m x 3m cube with tatami flooring, opening roof with skylight, rear door, kitchen, wet-bath with toilet. The design project attempts to incorporate all necessities within 3m cubed.” – small & tiny home ideas
See more of PACo at small & tiny home ideas.
There are many tiny homes without skylights in the lofts. It might be a disadvantage for those that like to sleep in late, but for the rest it’s a welcome addition. It opens the space up, gives a nice view outside, and sounds great in a light rain. If you get a skylight model that opens with a little hand crank, it can also let a nice breeze flow through on those steamy nights. (Did I just say that?)
See more of the tiny house pictured here. Photo credit to PAD.
Derek ‘Deek’ Diedricksen shares some pros & cons of using skylights in a tiny home’s loft.
“This question has been posed at EVERY Tumbleweed Workshop Ive hosted… skylights – should i include them in my tiny houses loft?”
Read the full post at Relaxshacks.com: Tiny Houses/Tumbleweeds: To Skylight, or NOT to Skylight?.