Most of you that have been following me for the last year or so know of my fascination and love for tiny homes. I live in a small house now, 1000 square feet. But I know I could get by with less square footage. Thereby making my footprint on this earth smaller and my utility bills less at the same time.
This house is a Whidbey House, and it is in Arkansas.
The only thing I am unsure about is climbing those stairs to the bed above! If I could figure that out, this house would be very doable if I had a place to put it and the money to build it.
Even if, unlike me, you don’t have a yen for a tiny home, there are components you can take away from these photos that you could work into your current home. (Don’t you love those chickens on the porch?)
I love open kitchen shelving. However, it can look cluttered fast. By using just a few colors for the dishes and such on these shelves, they’ve cut down on the visual clutter. By building in a banquet, there is storage underneath the seating. In a tiny home, the key is to make every square foot count.
I love the airy feel of this house, even though structurally it is tiny. Look at those high ceilings that give you a feeling of spaciousness. And the open floor plan is essential in making this work. If you want to read about this whole house, go here.
Here are four more tiny kitchens I found at thekitchn.com.
Does one of these float your boat? I think I like the last one best of these four.