Sometimes it’s easy enough where you can just place the order.
So today you’re looking at a bed that offers a lot. It’s a multifunctional piece of furniture that’s perfect for a small space. And it serves you with a bed loft, desk, plenty of storage, and lots of shelving.
Some other cool features you’ll enjoy with it are the way the desk pulls out and hides away when you’re not using it. There are also a bunch of drawers for completely hidden storage along with shelves in every other spot. It also comes with a small ladder so you can easily climb up to bed.
In the picture below, all storage is closed and the desk is hidden/put away.
In the next picture the desk is pulled out and the side shelves are open, have a look…
One of the challenges for tiny houses is feeling comfortable with the amount of space you have.
When I found this tiny house on a trailer for sale, I immediately noticed how neat it was that they had added a larger porch.
This way you can actually lounge outside and use the outdoor space as part of the home. You can read books, magazines, or just enjoy the scenery there.
Many people who live in a small space rave about how they have great outdoor space which they use a lot. In a house like this, it’s sort of a must, isn’t it?
This has led me to a few built in ideas that you can add to your own design so that you can expand your outdoor space (maybe I’ll share in another post)… But you can see a real example of it in action right here.
Have you ever thought of having your own tiny log cabin in the woods?
When I found this guy’s videos on Youtube I was pretty excited. He has built at least two really small log houses in the woods using materials within 100 feet of the construction sites all by himself.
Imagine doing all the notching yourself along with shingling your own roof with materials you found.
That’s what this guy did with the help of some power tools. He even made his own flooring which you’ll see in a minute (if you can stream videos).
Both projects were done as a one man show, that’s part of the reason both houses are so tiny.
The first cabin project was more of an experiment which took a total of 100 hours of labor. This one used 5 fir trees, some saplings, a bag of screws, mortar, concrete blocks, thick poly, and a zinc strip for the roof.
It sits on 4 big rocks for a foundation and the floor is made out of dirt. He used a half notch for its simplicity using a hand saw, an axe, and a mallet. Here, check out the progress in the video below…
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