So I have been harping on a particular mantra of tiny space organization and design, that being: maximize the vertical. If you are new here the basic jist is if you surrender a square foot of floor space for storage, maximize the use of that by taking the storage all the way to the top of the room.
One of the issues with this is of course if you have tall ceilings you can run into the issue of not being able to reach it. With this innovative concept you are able to remedy this issue, cut out any need for a ladder and bring multifunction into the space.
So check this out…..
I heard about this little log cabin, which I must admit, at first didn’t excite me too much. Then I saw it. A true “log” cabin. The space is designed to be a work studio away form it all, but it could very easily be converted to a full on house. Its bench easy could accommodate someone looking to take a nap and the outside blends with the woods around it. The neatest feature of it is the unique style of support that the shelves use, You simply remove the piece of wood and place it where you want it to go, this is a very nice custom detail.
Have you ever had one of those books that was some odd size and didn’t fit in your bookshelf? It bothers me to no end, to have to turn the book so I can’t read the spine, but I found this awesome shelf that lets you be flexible with your shelving and fit those odd items. This would work particularly well in a Tiny House, while most of our shelving is purpose built, because they are usually built-ins, there is sometimes when you have to store odd things, or things which you hadn’t anticipated. This is where having flexible solutions to save the day.