In recent years, living in a tiny house interior has become a movement. People are going for a minimalistic and small alternative lifestyle, and in just a matter of years, it becomes a worldwide trend. Whether it is prefabricated homes or mobile ones, these small, compact living options give homeowners a new opportunity to travel and a vagabond lifestyle.
Yes, living in a compact space means less worrying about the bills, but at the same time, it is also difficult to fit everything you need. Yes, these enchanting pint-sized homes also possess a fair share of problems. The main concern is that instead of a cute space while trying to fit everything in, you may end up with a messy and cluttered looking space.
You have to be careful with your designs and how you decorate it. I know it’s a bit challenging, but that’s what makes small space design so thrilling, right? If you’re facing the same issues, keep on reading and get ready to feel inspired for a significant home transformation.
To help you decorate your home or give you inspiration for your future tiny home, today, we have gathered up some brilliant tiny house interior ideas. Living in a small space isn’t just about the size; it’s about organizing and throwing away all the unnecessary items that you no longer need.
So change your lifestyle into a more straightforward, more cost-effective way of living with less clutter. Add small accents and details in your tiny house interiors to make it irresistibly charming and welcoming.
10 Ingenious Tiny House Interior Ideas
No matter whether you live in a studio apartment, little cottages, or homes on wheels, these ten inventive tiny house interior design ideas will make you feel your home so much larger while maintaining the aesthetic style. Let’s take a look:
Paint, Paint, and Paint!
White color or any neutral color palette makes any place look brighter and makes it appear large. It is a truth that has already been universally acknowledged! That’s the major reason many people nowadays go for lighter shades of paint.
Look at the above space; it is designed by Australian designer Frag Woodall. Here the walls are painted in white paint with a slight blush tone. The whole cabinetry is also kept in the same shade; that’s why it looks so open and fresh. Even though the kitchen’s size is small, it appears bright and spacious, just because of the right shade of paint and some neutral shade accessories.
Include Wooden Beams
To get the ultimate luxurious glam aesthetic vibes in your tiny home, you can go for this style. This house has tall ceilings that have been embellished by a beautiful industrial chandelier and authentic wooden beams. You can use this style in your entire space or also in some parts. Put some industrial hanging or pendant lights, and your space is ready!
If possible, try to customize the furniture such as built-ins, storage nooks, and other furniture. This way, you can efficiently utilize every available and smallest space. For example, if you have more than one kid, go for a bunk bed design. This will allow them some extra space while keeping their privacy.
For inspiration, take a look at the above kid’s bedroom; here, bespoke Customized Storage has been used. Open shelves have been provided at various places to store stuff like books and toys.
Divide and Create Zones
When you’re living in a compact place, it is hard to make room for everything, right? Then what should you do? The best solution is to create various zones on the same floor. Yes, by creating these small or big zones (depending upon your space), you can actually get multiple rooms without feeling congested or cluttered.
Instead of putting another wall, go for dividers or partitions. Walls can easily close off any space, especially in the tiny rooms. Use glass or any other kind of partition to create an open, breathable space. When these zones are divided thoughtfully according to the room’s height and depth, they connect the adjacent areas and look stunning in your interiors.
Create an Illusion
To create an aesthetically pleasing small space, you don’t always need to do something big. For example, little things like a mirror can create an interesting effect in your tiny place. Yes, mirrors are one of the simplest ways to create the illusion of a larger room.
Look at the above interior by California design studio Amber Interiors. A large round retro style mirror is placed in the hallway to make a bold statement. So try incorporating various sizes of mirrors at different places to create this illusion. For better results, put it directly opposite a window.
Bring Bigger (But Fewer) Furnishings
At first, this may seem counterintuitive, but believe me, outfitting a compact space with some large-scale pieces can actually make it feel grander. Rather than a mishmash of pint-size furniture, go for some big pieces (but only a few).
When space is limited, be smart, be resourceful! Don’t push all of your furniture up against the walls; create a small area behind it; this will make the room look bigger and broader than it is. Use a chair as a side table and install wall sconces and lights to save surface and floor space.
Add a Cozy Loft
If your place has tall ceilings, use them efficiently by building a loft. Yes, you have to admit that a loft can add vital space to a tiny home. The above home has a loft with a thin railing, white shiplap, and vaulted ceilings that make the loft feel like a natural addition to the home. Believe me, it will be a remarkable addition to your tiny house interiors.
Include Good Lighting Elements
No matter how big your house is, if the lighting is terrible, it’s a no for me! Lighting is such an important thing in any home’s interiors. Lighting can make or break any room, no matter how big or small it is. Don’t you agree? So install some good lighting in smaller, cramped spaces like a bathroom or area under the stairs so that every corner of your home looks great.
Create Areas of Conversation
Yes, it is right that you’ll not be able to throw huge dinner parties in your tiny house, but that shouldn’t stop you from creating a cozy living seating area. These cute and welcoming conversational areas are perfect for hosting a few get-togethers with a friend or two.
Double Duty Furniture
Our last interior decoration idea for you in this list is to use multipurpose furniture. Yes, the key to creating a successful interior of a tiny residence is to bring those pieces that can be used in multiple ways.
Those Furniture pieces that can be easily folded up and stowed away when not in use are essential to small house living. Buy extendable dining tables or a table that can function as a desk and dining table, or buy cubes that serve as a coffee table and also works as extra seats when guests are over and get a bed cum sofa that can be used as a daybed.
Create Your Own Unique Home!
It really doesn’t matter whether you live in a small space or a big one; the only thing that matters is how efficiently and beautifully you decorate your room. No matter how small is your living space, it’s always possible to decorate it in your own unique way. The options are endless, but you have to select the right colors, materials, and furnishings to create a home that shows your personality.
So these are all our tiny house interior design ideas for you. I hope these ideas give you some inspiration to create a happy, fun, and motivating place. Use these tips to make your home feel more extensive and more luxurious. For more interesting decoration tips and home improvement ideas, keep coming to Interiorcraze.