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93 Sq. Ft. Laundry Room Turned into Tiny House

This 93 sq. ft. laundry room has been professionally converted into quite an awesome tiny house by Azevedo Design Inc.

One that I know you might love to live in as long as you can handle the staircase to the loft.

I’d totally love living in a tiny space like this for as long as I can handle the ladder/stairs up and down.

Inside you’ll find a full kitchen, living area, table, bathroom, and an open loft with storage. Please enjoy and re-share. 🙂

93 Sq. Ft. Laundry Room to Tiny House Conversion

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Images © Cesar Rubio/Azevedo Design Inc.

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Images © Cesar Rubio/Azevedo Design Inc.

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Alex

Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • Karen December 4, 2014, 11:47 am

    Beautifully done!

  • Comet December 4, 2014, 12:00 pm

    LOVE the outside—that bed looks very scary to me tho! Where IS this????

  • Paul December 4, 2014, 3:38 pm

    Oh my gosh. I got vertigo just looking at that bed and the glass floor. Not good… and I was sitting down at the time… lqtm

  • Winnie December 5, 2014, 9:39 am

    I like the outside, and the upstairs bathroom, but the open ladder above the food preparation area really bugs me. All the stuff on your feet from the floor falling down on the counter? And the stovetop stuck in the corner like that, also the toilet above the food preparation area. Seems like another example of a kitchen designed by someone who doesn’t cook. Otherwise the wall of storage is attractive.

  • Josh December 5, 2014, 11:38 am

    Move the stove out of the corner, it’s impossible to reach over there. Stretch the stairs out a bit and make them ‘proper’ closed stairs(they can be compact but if they’re gonna be that steep and thin it might as well just be be a ladder) and then put storage and shelves underneath. Don’t see a problem with bathroom placement, and it makes plumbing easier, but I agree that foot fungus falling on food prep area makes me shudder.

    I love the layout though, and considering I’m not afraid of heights I actually find the bed intriguing and convenient. It’s amazing that they essentially fit an entire home into <100 sqft and seeing a tiny house like this makes it really frustrating that height restrictions force trailer builders to make loft-style bedrooms.

  • Denise December 8, 2014, 6:09 am

    I love it, very smart design for the small amount of space. The decor is inviting also with the warm colored brick.

  • Michael Dadourian January 4, 2015, 10:36 pm

    This is absolutely a great use of space. I really was not sure how much could actually be inside 93 sq ft.

  • Lisa E. January 12, 2015, 2:31 pm

    I love the fact that they re-purposed this beautiful brick building instead of just trashing it. I cringe and die inside when I see historic buildings (especially brick) being torn down for modern (cut corners) building that will look horrid in a few years, be falling apart and need to be torn down themselves before the decade is out. Far better to re-purpose a building and save the charm (and materials) for future generations. What’s that saying?… yesterday’s utility items are today’s art artifacts; today’s utility items are tomorrows dump heap. Kudos to these folks on a job well done!

  • Marsha Cowan January 12, 2015, 8:11 pm

    What an amazing transformation! Love the brick, steel, and wood…but couldn’t quite see how to get into the loft. I am sure it was just the camera angle because I could see how to get into the bathroom up there, and so you have to be able to get into the loft, right? I mean, I saw the beautiful steps, just not where they ended in the bedroom area…I’ll stop now…really love it!

  • Randy January 13, 2015, 1:48 am

    What a brilliant idea, positioning the open staircase to kick the filth from your feet down onto the food preparation area!

  • Lloyd Lemons January 13, 2015, 2:07 pm

    Cool! I love the whole tiny house trend.

  • LK January 14, 2015, 1:52 pm

    So unique and functional! I could get use to the glass walkway to the lav, although I have a fear of heights. The builder (I would not even think of doing something like this on my own) would have to convince me – but I believe that I could do it.
    Many people, including me, take off their shoes when they enter their homes and the table right above the cooking area appears to be able to be closed – which I would do even after removing my shoes just to keep dust from my feet from settling on food.
    Glad that I got a chance to view this tiny house. Thanks, Alex.

    • LK January 14, 2015, 1:54 pm

      I meant the table ‘in the cooking area below the steps’ – not as I wrote ‘above the cooking area’.

  • Theo August 31, 2015, 1:37 pm

    Yep, looks like really nice work; but the design and application sucks worse than anything I have seen so far.

  • Deadrock August 31, 2015, 3:31 pm

    I think this is brilliant. Tons of storage in the kitchen, a gigantic clothes closet on the second level, and room for at least a double bed (maybe a queen) on the third (loft) level. Not a thing is missing, and it manages to look incredibly cool and chic while being super functional. As someone else mentioned, just get used to taking your shoes off at the door, and “foot fall” is kept to a minimum – besides, stuff would only fall on the table, not any of the appliances or countertop, and can easily be wiped off before using the table anyway.

    And for all those people who seem to think it’s less trouble to ask someone else to do the research than to click on the links themselves…this little gem is located in San Francisco.

  • Diana Graham September 1, 2015, 5:02 am

    Aside from missing the opportunity to create storage/stairs, they’ve made a good use of the space.

  • Lindagail Phillips September 2, 2015, 9:49 am

    I love these tiny house! I’m trying to find on just right for me and my dog! Last September my home burned down and I didn’t have enough insurance to cover my loan I have been on my land since I left my mama and dad house as a young adult and as my children got older I decided to put a New double wide on my land that was paid for since I was a single mother I didn’t have much credit so I had to use my land to get the new double wide! That was 2000 now it’s 2015 my kids are grown and gone and so is everything I work so hard for the mortgage company said I didn’t have enough coverage to cover the loan and since 2005 i’ve been disabled so I’ve lost everything it’s crazy how we work so hard and think we are covered just because we pay insurance! But I wasn’t are you is anyone really prepared for the way ifs

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