Small House

Small & Tiny Home style

Small Home Let’s face it – houses are expensive. The bigger your house is, the more costly it’s going to be to build, heat and maintain. If your dream is to construct your very own home, but you’re working with a tight budget, a tiny house plan might be exactly what you need. Home plans in this section provide a homeowner with an intimate and inviting abode. What they lack in size they more than make up for in design, style, creative detail and cozy character.



Tiny House

The size of a home varies around the world; while some families live in one room huts, others have gigantic homes which seem to never end. Whatever the case, homes tend to grow with their owner’s prosperity. Since 1970,the size of the average new American home has grown by 50 percent. This growth trend is similar in most western countries.
However, for every trend there is an counter-trend. in the case of home size, more and more people are choosing to live in small homes. most downsizes opt for more modest quarters, while some homeowners take this trend to a new level, choosing to live in tiny homes (and we mean tiny!). These tiny homes can be as small as 90 sq. ft. complete with bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms and living quarters. the following homes provide a glimpse into these small shelters, from fixed homes to those and wheels and everything in between.


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Limited Space House

As the limited of space area what we need to consider are :
1 Be savvy with storage When it comes to small spaces, smart storage is key. The Vancouver condo shown above has extra seating hanging on the wall in the hallway. Whether it's doing something similar or installing cubbies beneath the bed, make sure you're being creative with storage space.

2 Play with shapes It would be great if we could all fit a ten-seater dining table into our homes, but that not a reality for most of us. The home above didn't have a large space for a rectangular table, so the homeowners opted for a circular Saarinen table instead. The shape fits perfectly in the space and can still seat up to six guests.

3 Let the eye travel Glass, acrylic and lucite should all become your best friends when decorating for a small space. Not only do they fit with a variety of styles, but they let the eye travel through their clear and reflective surfaces.

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Space Saving Design Ideas For Small Homes

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4 Create multi-functional spaces When space is tight, it's important to create areas that are multifunctional. The finished basement above has a couch that can be used to watch TV, or to house guests, thanks to the pull-out bed inside.

5 Play with reflections A mirrored wall (like the one in the bachelorette pad above) is a great way to open up a small space. The reflective surface creates an optical illusion of having double the space than is actually there.

6 Use every nook A small home allows for no wasted space, so be sure to make good use of every corner. The condo above had an oddly-shaped nook in its layout, but the homeowners found it to be a good spot for a round dining table, two chairs and a mini banquette.