The cozy Brevard Tiny House Company creation dubbed “Keep on the Sunny Side,” is a diminutive house that exemplifies the company’s catchy slogan: “Tiny Houses, Big Dreams.”
Inside and out, this cheerful nest for a young couple in Pennsylvania is simplicity itself. The lines are clean and boxy, with an end-of-house dormer on the back end that allows for a spacious upstairs bedroom.
And yet, there’s always an Alice-in-Wonderland feel to tiny houses that average between 190 and 1,000 square feet of floor space, simply because the interiors seem to be larger than you would expect if you just saw the house from the outside.
Here’s another look at the exterior. How much “home” do you think can be packed inside this house? You’ll be charmed and amazed.
Like crawling through a small rabbit hole to find yourself in a house with expanding dimensions, here’s a tour of this dream home for two. Here’s a view of one of the living room and bedroom loft in one of the coziest bungalows ever designed since man started getting in out of the rain. (The kitchen with a combination clothes washer and dryer is in the background.)
Here’s a view of the room from the bedroom loft:
Here’s a bit of good, old-fashioned Yankee ingenuity, dreamed up by the homes’ owner: A stove build on retractable drawers!
With an arched ceiling, this looks like one cozy bedroom:
And, of course, you need one of these:
And one of these:
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