We’ve seen elevator beds before, but what about elevator storage or an elevator office? Bumblebee Spaces has solved the problem with tiny spaces by creating whole ceiling-affixed rooms that can be lowered at the touch of a button.
While there’s all kinds of multi-purpose furniture, Bumblebee Spaces makes it really easy to move from mode to mode without needing to rearrange anything. It’s all operated via an app, making it perfect for the modern home. Check it out below!
Just wait to meet one of the sweetest tiny house couples Tiny Home Tours has interviewed. Janae and Blaine designed and built their amazing THOW and have been living it since they got married back in 2019. It’s entirely off-grid, as well, and they have three adorable kittens.
But they don’t just live tiny — they design and build tiny homes as well with their business, “Cornerstone Tiny Homes” in Oklahoma. Once you see their THOW, you’ll want one designed by them for sure. This one has a elevator bed, tons of storage, a stacked washer and dryer, and more counter space than many apartments.
This is a 216 sq. ft. tiny house with an elevator king bed that stores into the ceiling when you’re not using it.
It was built in 2017 and is currently located near Austin, Texas. The tiny house was built using structural insulated panels (SIPs) and is currently for sale for $49,999 according to Tiny Home Builders.
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12ft by 16ft SIP Construction Tiny House with an Elevator King Bed For Sale for $49,999
Today you are in for a huge treat: This Open Concept Modern Tiny House with an Elevator Bed. The home, designed and built in Alaska by Ana White, would be amazing simply because of the $500 DIY elevator bed she created which solves the “loft problem” — but it gets better! The house is packed full of DIY, multi-purpose furniture pieces that often do two, three — even four — different things. There’s even a hidden washer/dryer combo unit!
If you are building your own tiny house it’s well worth the time to watch the video below to learn from Anna’s brilliance. Because of her rural Alaskan location, most things were built from items you can find at the hardware store. This might be the most creative tiny house we’ve shown you to date! Plus, you can get the free plans for the storage/chair cubes shown in the video, links are at the bottom of this article.
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