Would you want to live in a 252-square-feet tiny apartment? I would!
If only they were more common.. And this well designed.
This particular apartment studio in San Francisco has a lot of features that a tiny house has.
For example an upstairs sleeping loft to save precious space on the first level of the house.
At just 9 feet wide and 28 feet long you’ve got to be smart about everything you decide to bring into the space.
When the tenant moved in from Portland she had to start over as far as furniture goes. So she went the reclaimed route by finding furniture on Craigslist and utilizing it for multiple purposes.
Like the television stand in the living room for example. It also serves as clothing storage. She was also able to get a good deal on a beautiful vintage looking desk thanks to Craigslist.
The apartment has exposed beams that look pretty cool but actually make designing the space even more challenging.
The kitchen, just like in most tiny houses on wheels, is located directly underneath the upstairs sleeping loft.
Unfortunately this apartment doesn’t have it’s own private bathroom. There’s a shared one down the hall so it’s sort of like living in a dorm when it comes to that.
Would you live in this apartment? What if it had it’s own bathroom? I’d like to see more apartments and studios built like this in good neighborhoods so we can create affordable housing for students, single people, and folks living in largely populated cities.
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