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Tiny House Office Setup Guide: Work from Home in a Small Space

Tiny House Office Setup Guide: Work from Home in a Small Space

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With more and more people working from home these days, I’ve been asked about my tiny house office—how do I stay productive? How do I work from home in a small space?

One of the biggest things that attracted me to tiny houses and simple living in the first place was having more control over how I worked and earned a living. I wanted the flexibility with my time that a remote job and financial freedom could bring.

But remote work from a tiny house isn’t without challenges. Planning and organization make all the difference. Here’s how I set up my tiny house office, and a realistic overview of how to create a small workspace that works!

My Tiny House Office: How I Stay Productive

How I Stay Productive in my tiny house office

I’ve been working from home for over a decade now—being self-employed, I don’t have an employer that I visit. That means I don’t have to leave my tiny house (ever) if I don’t want to. While this control over my work location is excellent, I’ve discovered over the years that working from a tiny house office is HARD.

To be totally candid, I don’t always work from my “tiny house office.” I often work from either a coffee shop or a coworking space. I like the shift of being able to go into a designated workspace when I need to be productive. But that said, it’s not always realistic. There are times when I need to work from home, like when the weather’s bad or if I only have a few things to do, so I’m free the rest of the day to spend how I see fit.

Working Remotely In A Tiny House

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If you live in a tiny house on wheels, you may also be working remotely from the road. The freedom and flexibility of the tiny life allow you to work from anywhere you want in the world. Plus, a tiny house means fewer bills. You can live on less. But of course, you still need to find a way to earn something, which often means working remotely in one form or another.

I know many people who switched to a work-at-home job when they downsized to a tiny house just because they wanted to change their lifestyle. Some people are willing to take significant pay cuts to enjoy that quality of life.

The thing about tiny houses is that the space is very limited, so you will rarely see a dedicated tiny house office. Often it will be a desk or workplace set up on a countertop, in a closet, or on a drop-leaf table on the wall. Because you’re trying to maximize your productivity (and minimize your work time), you must keep your tiny house office organized, no matter the setup.

Elements of a Good Tiny Home Office

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There are certain elements that every great office has, no matter the size. It’s essential that you incorporate these features in your tiny house office because it will make a practical, functional space. If you want to get the most accomplished and own your schedule, you’ll need to create an office space designed with everything you need.

Here’s what I suggest when you set up your small space office.

Desk or Workspace

Desk or Workspace in a tiny house

If you’re spending 8 hours a day on work, you should have a designated space to work in. Having a desk is crucial. Many people are comfortable working from a laptop on their lap for a few hours per day, but if you’re working full time, this position can begin to take a toll on your back. Generally, you’ll need a desk and perhaps even a standing desk solution so you can enjoy the benefits of healthy ergonomics while working.

You’ll need a desk that’s big enough for your computer and screen, and that is large enough to accommodate the work you do. If you use a lot of paper for your job, you may need a bigger desktop.


  • Wall-mounted
  • Fold-away
  • Seated desk
  • Standing desk
  • Adjustable height desk
  • Lap desk


Making your own dropleaf desk is simple

  1. Determine the size desk you want and location.
  2. Purchase the right-size fold-down brackets.
  3. Choose your desktop material.
  4. Cut desktop material to size.
  5. Determine the height and mount brackets.
  6. Attach desktop.

Natural Light

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I really like natural light, so I have a lot of windows in my house. Believe it or not, I have 21 windows in my 150 square foot tiny home! I also love working outside. My outdoor home office often consists of a setup on my picnic table in my patio area. I feel more focused with sunlight, and it definitely helps boost my mood.
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Comfortable Seating

Comfortable Seating for a small office space

Again, this is where some people think it’s feasible to work from anywhere in any position. Often an office chair seems like an unnecessary investment, but if you’re working for several hours a day, you need to be comfortable, even in a small space. Look into the best ergonomic office chair you can find, with plenty of lumbar support. A comfortable chair is well worth the investment (and you can always use it as extra seating in your home).
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tiny house stoarge ideasI keep a minimalist office. I don’t use a lot of paper or extra items. I easily store most files within my computer. Depending on your work line, it’s important to plan enough storage and space to have room for all the items you need to do your job well.

If your job requires books, files, or certain supplies that aren’t digitized, be sure to plan room for what you need. Be realistic about the items you need to keep (especially paper) and form a plan to store the items and keep them organized.


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tiny house electricalIf you’re building your tiny house, it’s crucial to plan plenty of power outlets wherever you think you will need them. Since you’re building your house to suit your needs, you have control over the placement, especially if you’re doing the building. So take advantage of the situation to add plenty of outlets. You don’t want to string cords around your house, especially if floor space is limited.

Also, consider the amount of power you will need to use work equipment. If you’re using solar off-grid, you’ll need to be sure you’re powering enough to charge all your devices, run the lighting you need, and accommodate any resources like a printer.

Internet Connection

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We live in a world where almost all information is in the cloud and can be accessed remotely. Having internet access means you can travel around and still do your work. Internet access is vital, especially if you live in a tiny house on wheels or a skoolie. You’ll need to ensure you have a strong hotspot device so you can get internet from (almost) anywhere.

If you need details on setting up the internet in your tiny home, I’ve created a guide to off-grid internet access. This post will help you plan for internet access from your tiny home office.

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While natural light is essential to a productive workspace, there will be days when the sun isn’t shining (and, of course, nights, where you’ll need light too). For those times, you need to have good lighting for your workspace.
I have LED puck lights on my workspace, which keep the area bright and easy-to-use. Good lighting is vital to prevent eyestrain and stress. You’ll feel much better about your work when you can see well.

Wall Space

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tiny house office wall spaceDepending on the tiny house office space you have, it can be useful to have a whiteboard, calendar, or bulletin board on the wall. Again, it’s dependent on the work you do, but keeping important information front-and-center can help keep it from falling by the wayside.

My Tiny House Office Setup

my tiny house office setup

As I said before, I have a minimalist approach to working in my tiny house office, so I keep my setup simple—my computer, my phone, and sometimes my bullet journal. As you can see below, I often work outside, and other times I work inside my tiny house.

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ryans tiny house office setup

While I don’t have many office supplies and equipment, I need a few things for my office. As with my tiny house furniture, I try to be very careful about what I purchase. I make sure I get exactly what I like, and I’m willing to spend more on high-quality. I’d rather buy an expensive item once than several inexpensive items over and over.

My Tiny House Office Equipment Recommendations

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Laptop: MSI Prestige 15 A10SC-010 15.6″ Ultra-Thin

Of course, you can get any laptop you like and feel comfortable using. Some people might prefer a MacBook, while others may have other brand-preferences. I encourage you to get a high-quality, lightweight laptop, especially if you plan to work in multiple locations. A Microsoft Surface or an iPad Pro can also be very valuable for remote work.

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Folding Laptop Stand

Of all my work items, I get asked the most about my laptop stand. This simple design is inexpensive, folds flat, and allows you to change from a sitting to a standing desk in seconds. It works great for small spaces because it’s so easy to use and store.

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Wireless Mouse

I, for one, am not a fan of the trackpads on most laptops. While they’re sufficient for using the internet, if you’re doing design work, organizing spreadsheets, or clicking around documents, it’s often worth it to invest in a wireless mouse. You’ll get greater precision, and it’s a little more user-friendly than most trackpads.

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Logitech Bluetooth Headset

For many of us, a big part of working remotely are video conferences and calls. Communication is essential when you’re working from a distance, so I suggest investing in a quality headset. The wireless aspect is excellent, so you aren’t tethered to your computer. If you need privacy and silence while you work, you may want to look into noise-canceling features too.

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Headset Case

Should you invest in a headset, I suggest investing in a storage case, especially if you’re working on the go. This case is semi-waterproof, so it will protect your headphones if you take your tiny house office outdoors too.

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Bluetooth Keyboard

Again, depending on your personal preferences, you may want to get a wireless keyboard. A detached keyboard is ideal for working in different positions, or if you work from a tablet and need a keyboard to be efficient. I type faster from different angles, so I like the remote keyboard when working on a document or post.

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Keyboard Case

Like the headset case, the keyboard case protects your Bluetooth keyboard from damage and allows you to transport it when you’re on the go.

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Cell Phone Stand

When I’m working from my tiny home office, I like my cell phone front and center. I often add notes through my phone, take calls, listen to music, and more. Having a cell phone stand helps keep my phone screen in easy view while I work—no worries about it falling off a small desk or balancing it on my laptop.

Setting Up Your Tiny House Office: Ideas & Inspiration

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Once you have the right components, your office is all about finding the setup that helps you work the most productively. For some, it might mean working outside sometimes. For others, a designated, organized office space (even small) may help you feel focused.

These tiny house offices have many great features and ideas. As you can see, they range from very simple to more complex setups. Hopefully, they give you a good idea of what you need for a great office in a small space.

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Choosing a Spot for Your Tiny House Office

Choosing a Spot for Your Tiny House Office

Should you put your office in your loft? Work from your kitchen counter? While your space choices might be a bit more limited in a tiny house, I would suggest you do your best to strategically locate your tiny house office near a window. Getting the natural light will help you stay alert and focused while you work.

In these tiny home office examples, you can see how windows really make a small office feel expansive and much larger, whether it’s a loft office or a spot under the stairs.

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Make Use of Any Space

Make Use of Any Space in your small office

With a drop leaf desk or a small table, you can turn almost any spot into a workspace. With most tasks on a laptop, you don’t need a huge space to get stuff accomplished. A small corner of your tiny home can make an excellent satellite office or work-from-home space.

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Office Nooks and Closets

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The “cloffice” or closet-office has become a popular solution for working-from-home in any size space. Whether you have a small nook in your tiny house or want to convert a closet into an office space, you can easily do it with only a few adjustments. The nice aspect of an office nook is that you can tuck it away or close the doors when you aren’t working, especially if it’s a converted closet. Tucking your office away can help you shift out of work mode (something that’s so important if you’re trying to balance working from home).

Here are some examples of well-organized small office nooks.

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The other nice aspect of the “office nook” is that you will often have built-in shelving across the top of the desk. This allows you to organize books, files, or if you prefer, décor to create an inspiring and workable space.

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Office Organization in a Small Space

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As I said before, I take a very minimalist approach to working from home. This means I don’t have a lot of “stuff” tucked into drawers and setting around my workspace. But of course, my work doesn’t require a lot of accessories and office supplies either. If you engage in certain hobbies (like crafting) or you’re dealing with paper projects in your office, you may need some more robust organization.

Keep Your Desktop Clean and Tidy

Keep Your Desktop Clean and Tidy

One thing I love about the desk below is how neat and tidy the space is. The magazine organizers and file boxes blend in with the décor, making it feel uncluttered, even with a lot of stuff on the desk.

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Use File Boxes to Corral Papers

Use File Boxes to Corral Papers

These file boxes and cabinets are excellent for keeping your papers hidden away. Paper clutter is the biggest issue for a tiny house office, so keeping it under control is crucial. I really like the roll-away printer too.

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corral papers with file boxes

Set Up a Designated Spot for Everything

Set Up a Designated Spot for Everything in your home office

Every item in your office should have a home and should be something you use. For example, sometimes we might think we need to have paper clips or a stapler on hand, just in case we need them. But if you rarely work with paper, then that’s another item to store. Pare down to precisely what you need for work, and then make sure each item has a home.

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The Backyard Tiny House Office: Setting Up a Satellite Office

backyard tiny house office

Recently, the idea of a tiny house AS an office has become quite popular. I see many people who are setting up small houses or even sheds as backyard office options. Should you consider a satellite office if you’re working from home?

There are a lot of pros to the idea of a tiny house office or a shed office. Now, if you’re new to the concept of the tiny house office, you might be thinking: can I use a shed as an office? How do I convert a shed into office space?

Some people have converted sheds into actual tiny homes. The legal aspects of living in a shed vary from place-to-place, but the advantage is that a shed is usually pre-built and not uncommon. People have them in their yards everywhere, and you usually don’t need a permit to set one up.

If you outfit a shed, a trailer, or a pre-fab tiny home with electricity, insulation, and lighting, you can easily convert it into a nice workspace. People like this option because it creates a clear boundary between home life and work life. You’re still “commuting” to a different spot to work, and it can help you shift your mindset into work mode.

If you have a tiny house already, a shed or trailer can work as a tiny satellite office. A separate office may be beneficial if you’re living with another person and need to focus and stay productive while you work.

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Working from home in a tiny house office comes with a few challenges, but it’s also very freeing. Many people dream of being able to work when they want and where they want. With today’s advances in technology and cultural shifts, working from home full or part-time is becoming more and more common.

If you’re able to embrace the flexible office lifestyle, make the most of it with a well-organized and user-friendly tiny home office.

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Tiny House Storage Ideas That Make The Most Of A Small Space

Tiny House Storage Ideas That Make The Most Of A Small Space

tiny house storage ideasLiving in a tiny house means you need to take advantage of every square inch for your tiny house storage needs. Having a solid plan for storage and organization in a small home is key. So today, I wanted to share some clever tiny house storage ideas for organizing your own home.


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Tips For Storage In A Tiny Home

Tips For Storage In A Tiny Home

Take it from me, having lived in 150 square feet for close to a decade, it isn’t just a matter of clever ideas — you need to shift your way of thinking too. Spaces like this are just too small to not have a plan and if you don’t seriously adjust your relationship with your possessions, it’s not going to work.

Come To Terms With Your Possessions and Buying Habits

Come To Terms With Your Possessions and Buying Habits

In a consumerist world, it can seem like it’s normal to buy things, but over 80% of everything we buy will never be used after 6 months. Even today, I catch myself buying things I don’t really need. A really helpful exercise was doing a no-spend challenge, which I was crazy enough to do for a whole year. You might consider trying for a month to start.

Stop Things From Coming Into Your Home

Stop Things From Coming Into Your Home

Before you organize you need to declutter, and before you declutter, you need to stop buying new stuff. It’s really simple: if you get your tiny home nice and tidy, but keep bringing new things in, you’ll never be organized.

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Declutter Before You Organize

Declutter Before You Organize

Many people’s response to a messy space is to try to better organize the things they have; this is common and also the wrong approach. You want to first reduce the number of items you have, then organize what is left. Too often organizing makes a lot of clutter tidy, but doesn’t deal with the fact we have too much stuff to begin with.

Design Your Tiny House Storage To Suit Your Stuff

Design Your Tiny House Storage To Suit Your Stuff

It can be hard to conceive of this, but you want to figure out exactly what you’re going to have in your tiny house down to the very last fork. When I built my own tiny home, I actually staged all of the possessions I was taking with me into my tiny home in a spare bedroom. This allowed me to define what I needed to store, then build my storage around those needs.

When I built my kitchen, I custom built my cabinets around the can sizes of the food I buy. When I built my clothes closet, I built the drawers around the dimension of how I liked to fold my shirts. All of my storage was meticulously planned.

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Tiny House Storage Ideas

Tiny House Storage Ideas

Once you’ve figured out what you need to store in your tiny house, it’s time to get some storage ideas for your tiny home. Think about what you need to store, where you’ll want it located and how often you’ll need to access it. A rule of thumb is to keep items you use the most accessible and near where you’ll need it most.

Tiny House Stairs With Storage

Tiny House Stairs With Storage

The stairs in your tiny house are an obvious place to pack a lot of storage into. If you’re forgoing the ladder to access your loft, stairs are nice but they take up a lot of space. Tiny house stairs with storage built in is a great way to maximize this square footage.

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Tiny House Under Floor Storage

Tiny House Under Floor Storage

You can create a lot of extra storage space if you tap into unused space under your floor. In-floor storage systems can give you a great place to store tall or long items that wouldn’t otherwise be able to fit in a normal cabinet. Storing items like skis, fishing poles, snowboards, brooms, ironing boards, and other long items are perfect for these out of the way spaces that you don’t need all the time. You can access these with large hatches or have roll-out under floor storage drawers to get at things more easily.

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Hidden Ceiling Storage Options For Tiny Houses

Hidden Ceiling Storage Options For Tiny Houses

Making space in your ceiling between the rafters is a great way to use space that is often untapped. I did this by building in some shelving for my dishes that let me tuck things out of the way. Here are some options for storage that can drop down.

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Bench Seat Storage Ideas For Tiny Homes

Bench Seat Storage Ideas For Tiny Homes

Bench seats are a great place to pack a lot of storage into your tiny home and maximize space. Having a kitchen table with a built-in bench seat that opens up for storage is good for things that you don’t use that often, but still need to keep around. This is also a great place to store longer items like brooms, skis, snowboards, mops, fishing poles, etc.

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Fold-Down Tables And Pull-Out Counters

Fold-Down Tables And Pull-Out Counters

In a small kitchen or work space, you might need some extra surface area in a pinch. For this, consider a kitchen table that folds flat or a desk that tucks away when not in use. Fold-down tables and desk are ideal for making the most of your space.

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Shoe Storage And Clothes Closet For A Tiny House

Shoe Storage And Clothes Closet For A Tiny House

One thing that I forgot about when I built my tiny house was where I should put my shoes when I take them off. I don’t have many shoes in my minimalist wardrobe, but I do have a few pairs that I need to tuck away.

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Tiny House Storage Hacks

Tiny House Storage Hacks
Here are some great ways to get just a little more storage out of your tiny house with simple tips and storage hacks.

Wall Storage Get Items Off Your Surfaces

Wall Storage Get Items Off Your Surfaces

I always say that everything in your house needs a place and everything should be in its place. If you find things cluttering up your surfaces like counters and tables, it’s most likely because it doesn’t have a proper home. One way to give it a home is by using wall storage.

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Get Custom Storage Solutions

Get Custom Storage Solutions

There is a whole host of items on Etsy that can help you get organized with your everyday items. Keep your drawers tidy with custom-made drawer organizers, special holders, and dividers.

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Get Things Off The Floor With French Cleats

Get Things Off The Floor With French Cleats

You can make it easier to clean your tiny house when things aren’t sitting on the floor itself. French cleats are a great way to securely mount storage on your wall and keep your floor space clear.

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Have A Landing Pad

Have A Landing Pad

A landing pad is a space right inside your door to keep important items like your keys, wallets, mail, and jackets. This is a great way to manage often misplaced items because most of us don’t have a designated spot to drop these things.

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Use Storage Walls Or Storage Partitions In Your Tiny Home

Use Storage Walls Or Storage Partitions In Your Tiny Home

A storage wall can be great to add additional space to keep things while becoming a partition between spaces or an accent piece in its own right. Consider how you can use storage to define the spaces in your tiny home.

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Add Storage Up High

Add Storage Up High

Take advantage of vertical space to maximize your storage. Make yours closets tall, add open shelves up high, and put shelves or cabinets in places you have extra space like above doors, below stairs, and more.

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Free Up Space with Pocket Doors

Free Up Space with Pocket Doors

With a little bit of planning ahead, you can save a lot of space by having pocket doors instead of traditional swinging doors. A pocket door will typically fit right inside normal 2×4 framing, but you have to make sure there aren’t any pipes, wires, or other things that will get in the way of the door cavity.

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Double Up On Beds With Tiny House Bunk Beds

Double Up On Beds With Tiny House Bunk Beds

Bunk beds for kids in a tiny house is another way to get more sleeping space. Using a ladder to access the top bunk will take up less space but might not be as convenient, where as steps are much easier, but take up a lot more space. If you go with steps, be sure to utilize the space underneath for additional storage.

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Hide Your TV

Hide Your TV

I did this in my tiny home because I don’t watch a lot of TV or movies. I think it also signals something to the people who live in a tiny house, because a TV can too easily become the focal point of the room. I always try to have a TV option that is available to use when needed, but hidden when not in use. Projectors or drop-down flat panels are a great option for this. I’ve even seen barn doors that slide to hide the TV when not in use.

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Have A Pull-Out Sink In Your Tiny Home

Have A Pull-Out Sink In Your Tiny Home

The plumbing on this might be tricky for your drain, but a sink is something you definitely need in your space, even if only for a few minutes at a time. Having your sink in a drawer means it’s there when you need it, but otherwise it tucks away to free up space.

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Tiny House Bookshelves And Reading Nooks

Tiny House Bookshelves And Reading Nooks

If there is one thing I know about tiny house folks, it’s that they are book lovers — people are always looking for ways to have book storage in their tiny home. Whether it’s a simple bookcase, built in bookshelves, or a whole reading nook or library, people want a place for their books in a tiny house.

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Tiny House Closet Ideas

Tiny House Closet Ideas

Depending on your style you might have a big closet. I personally wear a minimalist uniform and left the corporate world so I no longer have to store work clothes. Building a clothes closet into your tiny house that suits you is important to making your tiny home practical for day-to-day living.

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Tiny House Elevator Beds And Murphy Beds

Tiny House Elevator Beds And Murphy Beds

One idea that is constantly being thrown around is elevator beds that lift up into the ceiling when not in use. Murphy beds are another popular and practical tiny house bed option when you don’t have a lot of space.

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Other Tiny House Storage Ideas

Other Tiny House Storage Ideas

If you’re looking for more storage ideas to build into your tiny home, here are a few to help maximize your space.

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