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A Small House With A Big Feel
Source: Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses
Published: Aug 10, 2015

Most of the time, a tiny home is inhabited by one or two people. There simply isn’t enough space for an entire family to live – until now. This home is under 200 square feet and yet, a family of four is able to make this tiny space their palace. Wait until you see how they maximized their space and used design elements to make everything feel more spacious.

They curved the roof for a whimsical feel.

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The small kitchen includes a range top and full refrigerator and freezer.

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The sink has a covered top to maximize counter space when it isn’t needed.

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Beside the refrigerator, there is a well-stocked pantry. Almost everything is put into Mason jars to maximize space in the cupboard.

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This looks like ordinary cupboard space.

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But it is actually a hidden dining table.

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It seats all four family members comfortably.

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And collapses back when not needed. The boxes also serve as storage.

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Every space is used for storage, including under the stairs.

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There is room for a large communal closet. A curtain can be pulled across to hide the clutter.

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On the opposite side, there is a full sized washing machine.

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And a full, light-filled washroom.

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The master “bedroom” holds a king sized bed. The roof is raised here to maximize headroom so that is feels more like a bedroom and less like a cramped attic.

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The children share a “bedroom” with toys and their own beds. Notice the high ceiling on their side too.

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They are connected by a Plexiglas walkway.

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The whole house has an open feel.

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There is even a porch to enjoy warm summer nights outside.

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