Tiny House Storage
Space Saving, Organization, Efficient
About the project
Tiny houses differ from traditional houses in many ways. While there are similar features, the square footage is drastically reduced, often as much as 90%. This tiny house has “outside the box” design/build features that truly maximize the space.
Stairs, tables, and even beds need to be multi-purpose. Every feature is engineered for dual purpose and is streamlined to fit the space.
Our goal was to combine functional space with appealing design elements. The home is warm and inviting. Butcher block countertops and dark hardwood floors pair nicely with the pine wall interior. The light birch bunk beds fold-up and blend into the walls when they are not needed for sleeping, creating a playroom for the children. Even the ceiling in the children’s room has drop down storage for diapers and blankets.
The patented pantry system pulls out becoming a staircase to the master bedroom while still maintaining the function of the pantry.