Sydne, an interior designer, was living in a one-bedroom apartment when she felt like it was time for a change. Buying a three-bedroom home seemed excessive when she barely “filled out” her apartment. That’s when she got the idea to design her own tiny home.
Her unique design includes a foyer with washer/dryer, oodles of skylights, and under-floor storage in the living room. The bathroom has a full-sized shower, and her kitchen includes a pantry.
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Her Stand-Up Loft & Super-Functional Kitchen
Nearly all the windows are in the ceiling.
The ottoman, couch and painting all came from her previous apartment.
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I think it is an excellent job. Pretty perfect. For a young woman. I’m sure you could change a thing or two if you wanted. Like the info about how you need to look where to park it first, before building. I certainly like the steps & kitchen.
Her choice to have solid wall space instead of windows makes sense for a house that will be parked up close to others. So many tiny houses are designed as if you’ll have a great view out the windows, but realistically, many people won’t. And she still gets lots of natural light. Well done.
Really nice job. It is a challenge to deal with such a limited space. She did a great job with it!