This is what I’m talking about! I absolutely LOVE tiny homes like this. Tiny house design on a foundation… Perfect for full-time living. In my opinion, this is what we need more of. The first level is just 200 sq. ft. of space inside then you have the covered porch space and upstairs sleeping lofts.
Sure, the kitchen isn’t really the best but there’s still a refrigerator and microwave just like in a hotel. If it were my cabin I’d make some adjustments there since I like to cook at home. The bathroom is perfect and the couch in the living area pulls out and turns into another bed you can use.
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What would you add or change to make it your full-time tiny home for mortgage-free simple living?
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“The Pocket House is a brand new structure (2010) designed by Jason Swift and Wendy Turner of Swift Architecture that beautifully blends modern Scandinavian aesthetic with sustainable Pacific Northwest sensibility. The result is an inviting 435 square-foot space, one bedroom home with a fully functional kitchenette, separate sleeping loft and a private garden space.” (source)
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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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How? By designing and building a sleeping loft directly above it just like in most tiny house designs that are out there.
It’s a great way to create another bedroom literally out of thin air without having to move!
So if you’re in need of an extra bedroom in your current house whether it’s large or small, have you ever thought of simply adding a sleeping loft? Kids love it and some adults do too!
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