In this post, I’m going to show you Jay Shafer’s component furniture plans which are made to design your own tiny house.
I think his goal here is to make it easy for us to customize tiny houses for our own needs.
At first, Jay would design little houses for himself figuring that he was pretty average. But it turns out that we’re all quite different…
Not just physically but we all prefer different things. Jay noticed that most people buying his plans would later customize them.
So now Jay’s component furnishings make it relatively easy for us to make our own floor plan within a tiny home. Let me show you how it works below.
Four Lights Tiny House Furniture Components
So far Four Lights is offering the following furniture and appliance components and more details on how they all work are below:
- Ladder/Tansu stairs
- Ofuro tub
- Exploding table
- Skinny chair
The idea is that first you choose a tiny house shell then you decide how you want to lay out your furniture components which will make up your overall design and floor plan.
Four Lights Tiny House Furniture Components Plans
Tiny House Shells
- The Zinn (98 sq ft)
- The Gifford (112 sq ft)
- The Beavan (112 sq ft)
- The Weller (115 sq ft)
- The Marmara (284 sq ft)
- The Marie Colvin (288 sq ft)
Four Lights Tiny House Shells and Plans
Video of how Floor Plans and Components Work
What’s Unique About Four Lights Tiny Houses
For one they’re the only tiny houses currently being designed by Jay Shafer. And to me, there’s nobody else who has been more dedicated to this movement.
Bigger Tiny Houses
For more than 10 years now he has been working on making tiny houses better for people like us. Today Jay is working on designs that are slightly larger than tiny which are around 280 to 380 square feet and maybe even slightly larger in the future.
RV Certified Tiny Houses for Loans and Insurance
We all know that you can either build on a foundation or build on a trailer. If you’re going the trailer route you’ll be glad to know that all new Four Lights houses meet all ANSI requirements for RVs which means you can register them as RVs and qualify for RV loans and insurance.
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