This is a pretty neat loft style apartment where the owner asked his designer to build him the ultimate “bachelor pad” in a small loft space. There is a ton of reclaimed lumber and other materials that was integrated into the space for charm. The loft took advantage of the tall ceilings and you’ll notice on the upper levels they used a lot of glass to not close off anything. While it isn’t tiny, it is a small apartment for sure. Here is what came of it.
I am often asked if couples can live in Tiny House, the answer is yes, but it takes some special people. This couple both lived in Tiny Houses, one 800, the other 550 square feet. They moved in with each other and we able to still downsize to 426 feet. They didn’t give too much up either, with effective styling and design, they were able to make a home that was small but could hold allot. They have a whole wall that is storage that a large curtain covers when needed. High on the walls, they hang extra chairs, these folks know how to maximize height! When coming to the design, they say “Our best advice is to consider the value of each improvement. Go cheap where you can, but invest where you should.”
Notice the chairs hanging in the upper right!