where is the laundry and pantry? both are neccessry
I agree. Tiny shouldn’t mean having to eat out, shop daily or run to a laundromat! That would be wasteful.
I could live smaller than the 800sq ft.it looks a lot larger then my apt. my landlord says its 700 I don’t think so.and with my copd,I need A/C but firt I need Land I haven’t given up on my dream.I would love a Loft. for storage and maybe one side for second sleep area. But I Love the kitchen being itailan you know I Love to cook and you’ll Love my X-Mas cookies.thanks for showing your work.Debbie
I really love the house. I would need a 2 car garage, so I was wondering if the house and garage could be connected by a laundry room on one side and a pantry on the other. I love the idea of using solar energy, but I might not be able to afford it. I’d love to build the house on a foundation. What do I need to do to get the plans?
……garage could be connected by a room with a laundry area on one side of the room and a pantry on the other.
This is a beautiful home. One can really see that serious artistic thought went into the plan and interior design. Love it.
After WW2 a typical a new house was 766 square feet to 1100 sq. feet and then people had more money and more stuff and didn’t want their smaller families to share spaces and started building house 1500 to 5000 sq. feet. The small house movement seemed to have originally started with people recognizing that we had run amok. In the beginning of the small house movement, houses were as small as 160 sq. feet and up to 500 including the loft. To me it seems we are forgetting the idea behind a small house which was to live minimally, in tune with your environment… Now we want two car garages and dedicated laundry rooms and whirlpool tubs while we tell everyone about our being environmentally conscious because we install composting toilets… How are whirlpool tubs anything but wasteful? Two car garages, apparently we are not worried about our carbon footprint… so sad that what started off as a great idea has gotten so off track.
What a fabulous floor plan. I’d love to see some pics of the house.
Where are the closets for clothing? I see perhaps a tiny one in one bedroom. But no others. Effective storage for clothing, especially in multi season climates is key to keeping tiny from turning into messy. And good closets eliminate the need to buy extra furniture!
Hi Lindsay, the master bedroom has a large walk-in closet on the kitchen side. The second bedroom has a good-sized reach-in closet on the opposite side of the wall from the bathroom. There is also a closet in the hall behind the wood stove.
Thanks! It is so pretty!
I love this layout! I was diagnosed with Early Onsets Parkinson’s Disease a few years ago, and looking to build for the future. This design so for checks all the boxes needed. Does anyone know if any homes of this design have been built near Harrisburg Pa?
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