This Narrow House In Japan Only Looks Tiny Until You Look Inside
Feb14

This Narrow House In Japan Only Looks Tiny Until You Look Inside

It’s said not to judge a book by its cover. The same goes for houses – especially this tiny one in Japan! Designed by Mizuishi Architects Atelier, the 594-square-foot house is based on a triangular site between a river and a road. It looks really small from the outside, yet it is surprisingly more spacious from the inside than you’d expect. The triangular house has two floors, with the bedroom on the first floor, the kitchen and...

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A Small White House In The Woods of Sweden
Apr27

A Small White House In The Woods of Sweden

The quality and beauty of Swedish design is well-known, but still each and every design from that country continues to amaze us. This 613 square feet tiny house can be found in the Swedish woods and it is truly amazing. The house has a single floor plan and a very clean and neat style. It was built in 1975, but redesigned recently and it features 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. The view from the house is beautiful and the furnished porch...

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31 Tiny House Hacks To Maximize Your Space
Nov22

31 Tiny House Hacks To Maximize Your Space

Just because your house is small doesn’t mean you can’t live large. Jenny Chang 01. Keep your window-to-wall ratio high. apartmenttherapy.com Large panes of glass really open up this 136 sq ft DIY Colorado Mountain Home.Bonus: Tucked under the built in desk are two stools that double as storage. 02. Install floor to ceiling bookshelves. emilyabigail.com Tiny little cottage, big big storage. 03. Use semi-opaque materials to allow light...

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These People Live In Houses Smaller Than Your Bedroom
Aug27

These People Live In Houses Smaller Than Your Bedroom

We interview and photograph real people who live in tiny homes, most being less than 200 square feet. That’s smaller than the average master bedroom in the United States – a country where 2,600 square foot homes are commonplace. These customized handcrafted tiny dwellings grant their owners financial freedom with a minimalist lifestyle and a small footprint. Armed with tiny kitchens, minuscule bathrooms, lofted bedrooms and...

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