Here’s a very simple and small tiny house that’s designed to add a little space for those that need a guest room, office, lookout, studio, sanctuary, party shack, play room, or retreat. It also has a roof top deck!
It can be easily towed by a half ton truck, and built on a CSA certified 8′ x 16′ trailer. The walls, ceiling and floor are insulated. The walls are covered in yellow poplar and the floor are birch. Eastern cedar shingles complete this beautiful tiny house.
On the inside it’s just a simple room. For those that need more than just a little more space, some additional finishings would be needed.
Despite the petite size of the studio, Soleil wouldn’t have it any other way. “Im a reorganizer,” she says. “I’m one of those creative types who need a workspace to look nice before they can make anything else.” Having a small space helps her keep her tendency to accumulate objects in check, while keeping the space tidy.” – Julie Schneider for etsy.com
Research from Dunster House suggests that keeping sheds as storage areas is no longer the most popular way of using them – more than half of the people surveyed said they use their shed as a dedicated hobby space or relaxing hideaway.” – Shedworking
It was designed by Dencity Design to be a writing studio and to give family members an easily accessible but tranquil retreat from the clamor of daily life. The 450 ft2 (41.8 m2) space includes a sitting area, an office workspace and a small library. Although not a house, we think the design would be perfect for a tiny dwelling.” – Small House Bliss
Read and see more of this backyard writing studio by Dencity Design
Aside from the compact bathroom, the 320 ft2 (29.7 m2) cabin essentially consists of one open room with only a short partition setting off the sleeping area. The three-piece bathroom, a closet and the kitchen are lined up along the back wall.” – Small House Bliss