If you’re thinking about upgrading to a tiny home, you’re not alone: According to a recent survey of 2,000 Americans, 56% of people would live in a tiny home and 86% would consider one for their first home purchase. The tiny house movement is booming, so there are more tried-and-true options for tiny home interior design than ever before.
The benefits of a tiny home go beyond the price. Tiny homes are eco-friendly and use 90% less energy than traditional homes. Because all United Tiny Homes are DMV compliant, you can move them around the country for affordable adventures.
In inflated real estate markets like California and New York, you can be a homeowner with a tiny home. Many families also choose tiny homes as affordable vacation cabins.
But what about the interior design?
Because the space of a tiny home is limited, many assume that tiny homes can only have a few pieces of furniture and a minimalist aesthetic, but that is not necessarily the case. In all art, including home design, setting greater boundaries leads to greater creativity in the finished product.
Interior design for a tiny home is often more efficient, innovative and interesting than designs in traditional homes. Plus, because choosing a tiny home saves you upfront and over time, you can invest more money in every element of your design to achieve a luxurious result on a budget.