With a View like This, House Size Really Doesn't Matter

This Mulberry Point Home is a charming tiny house that is all about location. This tiny house is a good size at 832 square feet, but the best part is the location that overlooks Mulberry Point and Indian Cove in Guildford, Connecticut. You would never bore of this scenic ocean views. From the moment you step into this cute oceanside tiny cottage, you will fall in love. With its beachy feel, hardwood floors and lots of white from the walls to the kitchen cabinets. The enclosed front porch is one of the best tiny house design features of the tiny space with lots of windows and the best view in the house. The front porch has a table and chair for playing cards, or eating your lunch, and some cozy seating to just dream your days away. The fireplace in the living room makes for cozy nights when the weather gets cooler. This tiny cottage would make the best tiny house for full time living, or could be used for summer vacations and weekend get-aways.

The Small House Swoon site features some of the best tiny house designs and unique tiny homes from around the world. Tiny house living is more popular than ever before. Never have there been so many small house designs, tiny house designs, sizes and plans to choose from and it's no wonder, what these small house spaces lack in size they make up for in style and design. Who says the square footage of your house matters? It's whats inside that counts! On this small house site, you will find all sorts of tiny house inspirations and ideas. Some of the original tiny house photos and designs you'll see include the Black Walnut Guesthouse, Floating home Muskoka boathouse, a Peaceful Log Cabin, electric bed tiny house, and a New Mexico strawbale. You can also take a look at the Vista Street Bungalow, the Alqueva Floating Home, Cabin Compound, The Beach Cottage, the Writer's Studio Barn and a Hood River Cabin.

You may think that with all these tiny houses around they would all look the same, but that is simply not the case. In each tiny house design there is no shortage to the amount of detail you see in every nook and cranny. The size of a house is no indication to the amount of unique design features and ideas that can go into it. With so many tiny house designs to look at, you will constantly come across tiny homes and small homes that continue to raise the bar when it comes to any type of home design. It goes to show that design is about all aspects of a home, whether it be a larger sized home or a tiny home. It does not matter if the tiny home or small home is used for full time living, a guest house, a vacation home, artist studio, or writers cabin, everything that goes into a space is important. From the building materials you use to build your tiny home, to the property you choose to build your tiny home, and how you are going to complement that location that you are in.

Tiny house design just keeps getting better and better. It makes you rethink the purpose and use of your home space, from how you are going to store everything you have, to what you see when you walk into a home and all the stuff that is going to be in your tiny house space. Tiny house living is a great way to add some extra space to your home. You might need some room for when guest come over to stay, or maybe you need a separate office space, one where you can get some work done free from distractions.


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