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Sol Haus: Magical 140 Sq. Ft. Tiny House Plans

Vina Lustado brings these incredible tiny house plans for the Sol Haus, a tiny house design that made her famous, and for good reason! This 140-square-foot tiny house design features a traditional roofline, but brings in modern lines and elements that elevate the space.

You walk in through French doors into the living area with a storage bench, and an office that takes up the front wall and gives you a perfect place to work from home. The cozy loft bedroom is upstairs and features a porthole window. Finally, you benefit from a galley kitchen and a compact bathroom. Could you live in the SolHaus?

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Light-Filled Tiny Home with Cozy Queen-Sized Loft

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Here’s a built version of the home with a deck addition.

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The metal roof sounds magical in the rain.

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The French doors welcome you inside.

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A lovely little bench sits right inside, but you could put a small couch here.

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A gas fireplace provides ample heating.

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There’s an awesome office space for working from home.

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Climb the ladder to the bedroom loft.

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A two-burner cooktop has great views.

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A huge skylight helps the cozy loft feel extra spacious.

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Open shelving allows you to store plates and more.

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There’s a cool porthole window behind the bed.

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The compact bathroom fits a toilet and shower.

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Here are the elevations.

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Could you live here?

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Notes From the Designer:

The Sol Haus tiny house reflects my philosophy about simplicity, sustainability, and living within my means. The design has 140 sf of living space (placed on an 8’ 6″ x 20’ 0″ trailer) and is wholly self-sufficient. It is equipped with luxuries such as a gas fireplace and operable skylights. The interior is bathed in natural light and feels spacious and serene. Lots of storage and comfortable, multi-purpose furniture provide functionality and livability.

Upon approaching the Sol Haus tiny house, the first thing you’ll notice is a large and functional deck with an awning (deck plans included with plans purchase). On warm days, this space doubles one’s living space and is large enough for a table and seating for four. As you walk into Sol Haus through the large, double patio doors, you’ll be welcomed by a comfortable sofa and seating area large enough for a gathering of your closest friends. The sofa boasts quite a lot of storage space within. The coffee table can be used as an ottoman and also as additional storage for books/games. Stepping to the right, you’ll see a large desk with built-in storage which serves as a great home-office. There is plenty of open wall space for your favorite art too if you’re a collector. Above the desk is a loft which can work double duty as a guest bed and storage space.

Turning towards the other end of the Sol Haus tiny house, you’ll immediately notice the beautiful Jotul fireplace. On cold winter nights, there is no better place to spend time than on the sofa, curled up with a favorite book, watching the flicker of the fireplace. The kitchen is a galley style, maximizing functionality and space. A large sink makes easy work out of doing dishes and a two burner propane cooktop is perfectly sized for a couple living together. There is ample cabinet storage space for all your kitchen accoutrements and a nice sized refrigerator stores your perishables.

The main sleeping loft is as cozy as can be. Comfortably sleeping two on a queen sized bed, a skylight and round window allow morning sun to naturally wake you as the day rings anew. Loft access is by ladder, which means very little floor space is sacrificed. The bathroom has a shower, sink, and composting toilet and is large enough for full time use by one or two people. This design has been built by several others and has served as the happy home for couples and singles across the country and around the world. The design is easily adaptable for colder climates, such as in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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