Tiny Dream house

Living Room

The living room in a tiny house is designed to maximize space and functionality. It typically includes:

  • Compact Sofa: A small, comfortable sofa that can double as a guest bed.
  • Multi-functional Furniture: Items like a coffee table with storage or a fold-out desk.
  • Built-in Shelving: Shelves integrated into the walls to save space and provide storage.
  • Large Windows: To let in natural light, making the space feel larger and more open.
  • Wall-mounted TV: To save floor space and provide entertainment.


The kitchen is efficient and well-organized, featuring:

  • Compact Appliances: A small refrigerator, a two-burner stove, and a microwave.
  • Foldable or Pull-out Countertops: Extra workspace that can be tucked away when not in use.
  • Under-counter Storage: Cabinets and drawers for utensils, pots, and pans.
  • Open Shelving: For easy access to frequently used items.
  • Multi-functional Sink: A deep sink with a cover that can be used as a cutting board.
  • Bedroom
  • The bedroom is cozy and designed for comfort, often located in a loft to save space:
  • Loft Bed: A bed placed in a loft area, accessible by stairs or a ladder.
  • Built-in Storage: Drawers and cabinets integrated into the bed frame or walls.
  • Minimalist Decor: Simple and functional decor to avoid clutter.
  • Reading Nook: A small, comfortable space for reading or relaxing.


The bathroom is compact but fully functional, including:

  • Compact Toilet: A small, efficient toilet, often composting or low-flush.
  • Shower Stall: A space-saving shower with a small footprint.
  • Sink with Storage: A small sink with storage underneath for toiletries.
  • Ventilation: Proper ventilation to prevent moisture buildup.
  • Mirror Cabinet: A mirror with built-in storage for additional space.

Stairs to the Second Floor

The stairs are designed to be space-efficient and often serve multiple purposes:

  • Storage Stairs: Stairs with built-in drawers or cabinets for extra storage.
  • Compact Design: Narrow and steep to save space, but safe and sturdy.
  • Handrails: For safety and ease of use.
  • Multi-functional Use: Some designs include a pull-out desk or seating area integrated into the stairs.