I’ve always wanted to draw out my own tiny house plans.
One of them has always been one for a person like me who works from home.
Whether you’re an author, writer, blogger, artist, cartoonist, musician, freelancer, or accountant…
Wouldn’t a backyard tiny house to work in be awesome? I think so.
The WorkHaus Tiny House
So I decided to create the WorkHaus Tiny House Design. It’s a simple 7’x11′ structure used to work in.
It can be built on a regular foundation as a shed in a backyard or it’s small enough to be built on a 10 ft. single axle utility trailer much like the XS House from Tumbleweed.
Tiny House Design for Bloggers, Writers, Artists to Create In
I encourage you to check out the rest of this tiny blogger/author/artist/worker house below:
I used three small windows on each side with a front door that also has a window. This way there’s always plenty of natural light and pretty views.
Shower Curtain Bathroom? Weird or Good?
I did something different with the bathroom. I decided there’s no need for a shower. And the toilet and sink isn’t necessary either. You can always have an outhouse instead.
But anyway you’ll notice that I used a shower curtain to separate the toilet and sink. I figured it was simple and there’s still a window within the curtain to air the area out. And it’s right next to the front door.
Finally here’s the original floor plan below:
WorkHaus Tiny House Floor Plan
You can see what I mean best below. There’s a fireplace in the top left corner. The rest is easy to figure out on your own.
What About the Loft?
A sleeping loft is totally optional. I think it would be cool to still design it with an upstairs sleeping loft that way you can nap there or use the space as a guest house whenever you need or want to.
Plus you can take it on trips, still get work done, and not have to get a hotel! Just stay in a campground, park, friends yard, Wal-Mart, or whatever.
Arm Chairs for this Tiny House
Check out this post for ideas on arm chairs for a micro backyard office like this one: Top 10 Arm Chairs for Tiny Houses (page 1/2).
Two More Angles of this Tiny House Design
Your Thoughts? Did you like this post?
I spent some time doing this myself and really enjoyed it so I’m going to definitely start doing more. But what do you think? Did you like this? Want more posts like this with different design ideas I have?
What are your design ideas that you might want to live or work in? Share in the comments below and who knows I might use some of your design ideas in my next 3d design.
Feel free to take and use any of these ideas for yourself. If you decide to re-publish on your blog just give us some link love. 🙂
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