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    Functional real stairs. No ladder. No alternating. I would still think a railing on the side would be helpful.

    Hmm... and the sliding door are also awesome. Maybe this is what we could do to the bedroom that have that bit of extra space

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    Nautilus Floor Plan || Park Model Homes || Florida & Gerogia 1 bed 1 bath with loft, this would be my kind of tiny house

    Guest apt idea. Super cute! Love the colored wall that matches the colored half wall. Blue is happy too!


    A tiny house in Portland that's been built using reclaimed and salvaged materials. See more at:

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    neutral bedroom with black, white, grey, and khaki. black and white ikat aztec printed rug

    A modern take on the Tiny House idea, fantastic for those that like Brown and Stainless Steel...

    Fab Tiny House Lets You Keep Your Big Ol' Oven and Bathtub - Micro Homes - Curbed National

    Tiny House Talk - Small Spaces More Freedom | The Wedge 400 Sq. Ft. Cabin by Wheelhaus |

    A 400-Square-Foot Rustic Masterpiece. Look at that stone and wood siding! | Tiny Homes

    Stunning tiny house, movable if need be. Jamie Mackay designed and built a mountain modern “Park Model RV” at his campground in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The “Park Model” is built out of SIP panels and SIP roof system, 4″ walls and 6″ roof, keeping heating and cooling costs down.

    Luxury Tiny House by Chris Heininge Construction - www.tinyhouselivi...

    luxury-tiny-house-3 almost the perfect house! Could use a few extra sq feet, but awesome!

    Tiny House on a Trailer with Two Lofts and Big Porch

    It's used as their bedroom with a full mattress.

    The tiny house of my dreams

    200 Sq. Ft. Modern Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

    Bayview Tiny House... This is exactly what I want in a tiny house!!! A larger fridge and shower than normal..

    400 Sq. Ft. Studio37 Modern Prefab Cabin

    wildwood-west-coast-homes-2 Although more park model size, this living room has good window placement, allowing furniture that doesn't back right up to glass, gives some level of privacy, and yet admits plenty of light. This could be applied to a smaller tiny home too.