Also on these boards
"Size DOES matter: 'Micro-apartments' linked to psychological problems, domestic violence and drug abuse". That's the pinned article. But then there's this: m.psychologytoday.... And of course, both articles are looking at urban Tiny Living, which is clearly a different experience from doing it in a rural/homesteading way, but I think they're interesting as they discuss the basic human need for personal space.
Notice that ghost side table right next to the sofa bed? It can be rolled to go underneath the sofa and serve as a small table/laptop tray