I think this is such a smart idea for tiny kitchens- or ALL kitchens really- but when you don’t have a dishwasher or don’t want to use one… This would just RULE. I’d love to have this in my tiny apartment where we don’t have (or even want) a dishwasher. But I can see how this would be a time saver because you don’t have to dry and move the plates around when you’re done washing. 🙂
Source: DorNob via Moscow Linn Architects
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I thought you might be interested in this micro oven and stove top combo which would be great for small kitchens especially in a tiny house.
Thanks Jens J. for sending this to me.
I think it’s a great combination unit because you can use it as an oven, toaster, for baking, and of course it has the dual burner cook top as well.
It comes with a baking pan, rotisserie rod and baking grille.
Learn more about it, read reviews, and order it here.
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Images: HIVEHAUS and Barry Jackson
Video Explanation of How the HIVEHAUS Works
The Hivehaus is a flat pack prefab tiny housing solution that seems pretty easy to build.
Since it’s a modular system it means you can customize as many or as few modules to your desire.
The cells are hexagonal so there’s lots of flexibility when it comes to designing and building your own.
The Hivehaus is inspired by a bee’s honeycomb, hence the name 🙂
Learn more about the Hivehaus and “Like” them on Facebook
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Images: Building the Tiny House
Images: Building the Tiny House
Image by David Seaver Photography
This tiny home on wheels is located in Northern Vermont. If you visit their Facebook Page you can see how Ethan built it because he’s posted lots of construction progress photos and updates on there from the past. He also has a blog, TheTinyHouse.net where you can see and learn more about how he did it all.
Videos with Ethan and his Tiny House Project
Day 1 Progress (Subfloor)
Building Update #2 with Ethan
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Located in West Augusta, Virginia.
“Designed like an umbrella perched on the side of a mountain, the vaulted ceilings and glass walls let you feel like you are floating in the trees with the hummingbirds and finches! Artsy and modern yet woodsy and rustic, this is a fantastic escape from fast paced DC or Richmond city life.” (source)
View more photos, learn more and book this octagon cabin here.
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I’m just so impressed with this teardrop trailer tiny home because it has so many useful features packed into a small and aerodynamic package which makes it great for those of us who want to use our build for traveling. For me I’ve always wanted to adventure with a tiny house on wheels but I soon realized that it’s sort of impractical because they’re heavy and huge compared to travel trailers. But here’s a solution that works and you can still get that homemade wood/cabin feel that’s so attractive with tiny stick built homes on trailers.
See more pics, learn more, and see how it was built over at the builder/owners blog.
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This to me is an absolute dreamy apartment. I love the white color throughout because it makes it feels more open and spacious. And I also like the location because it’s by the beach. If you know me, you know I love being close to the water.. Especially the ocean. Another reason I like this conversion so much is that it used to be a basement! And for me it’s always exciting to see people convert their garages, basements, sheds and turn them into something so beautiful, useful and functional like this. Get more info and photos on this tiny apartment studio that was once a basement right here.
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You Can Buy this Whimsical Floating House
…but it’ll cost you! With an asking price of $450,000. Worth it if you can afford it, I guess.
But the point for me is to show you just how much you can do with such a small amount of space and a lot of creativity.
I’d so much rather have a 740 sq. ft. home like this, on a normal foundation or on a floating one, than any cookie cutter 1200 sq. ft. counterpart. Wouldn’t you? (sorry… dumb question, I know..)
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“Another full-scale remodeling project that The Savannah Cabinet Shop took on was the remodeling of a hotel room on Tybee Island, Georgia. Not only did we do a complete kitchen and bath remodel, but we raised the ceiling to form a slope and added a loft space. The flooring, paint scheme, wainscot paneling, lighting and furniture were all new additions as well.”
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Tiny usable kitchens are always a big inspiration for me because I love home cooked meals and I also enjoy cooking. And many times that’s a big challenge in a tiny home so I thought I’d show off this little kitchen to you today because there’s lots of great inspiration and design ideas you might be able to use here for your current kitchen or your future tiny house’s kitchen.
This one even has an all-in-one washer dryer unit. I like the open shelving because it’s great for all of those things that you use everyday. This keeps these items easy to reach and easy to find. Then there’s the green little cabinet up on the wall that I think is a great size because anything with more depth would make the space feel cramped.
Great work on this kitchen! Lots of ideas that we can take from here and try out for ourselves whether you’re in a tiny home, micro apartment or even if you’re building a small cottage or cabin.
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I ran into this dish cradle product that’s made to save a little bit of space in your kitchen cabinets or shelves that I thought I’d share with you since you might get a lot of value out of it. My dishes are square so I’m not exactly sure if these will work for me right now otherwise I’d use them for our tiny kitchen in our micro apartment. It’d definitely create some extra room. I’m on Amazon right now searching to see if there’s a version of it that will work for square plates! I did look at the reviews for this one though and it seems like most customers are really happy with it. Can you think of way that we can do this ourselves for cheap? Maybe even using spare materials from around the house? If not, it’s not a bad deal on Amazon to have it done for you.
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