This is a pretty neat idea, I have noted before that I often struggle with how to have extra seating for when friends are over. Here is an interesting idea that as a mat, takes little space.
So recently two readers of TheTinyLife.com and our Facebook Page have posted some drawing they made on google sketchup. I thought they were pretty good and I thought I’d share. If you all ever have drawings, photos, stories, videos etc. Shoot me an email ryan112ryan [at]yahoo.com
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When I was looking around for videos I noticed that for some reason, videos of hide away beds includes techno music, but none the less, these are pretty neat!
So as I tell my family all about my plans for a Tiny House, my mother always asks “where am I going to stay when I visit”. I didn’t really have any idea, perhaps a cot? It got me thinking to how to handle guests in a Tiny House. I love having people visit and spending time with family and friends, so this is something that I need to figure out. Then I saw this and thought that it just might work.
What some people don’t realize is that in many Tiny Houses on trailers, if you have a open “great room” floor to ceiling height is actually 11.5 feet! Now if you were to integrate a way to hook up the net on the sides you could instantly double your sleeping space! When you don’t have guests etc then you can just pull it aside, perhaps into a cabinet so when pushed to one end, the door closes and hides the whole thing.
How do you plan to handle company?
This is some amazing stuff, I am just blow away at the design of this furniture.