With the growing trends of leaving the need to maximise luxurious living and opting for the minimal needful and thoughtful life. The millennial has it all figured out.
The upcoming generation looks out for the better choices that are resourceful and incoherent in their life. The choices are all about fulfilling their needs and re-imagining success. Contentment is the key with these tiny houses that are super trending.
Tiny houses are unlike their size and have all the amenities and compact, mindful design. The decor and interiors are not restricting and are hyphenated into moving houses that are not permanent or for your temporary living.
Speaking of tiny decor, the houses are filled with joy bursting with tiny furniture, plants, and lots of vertical space maximisation and every nook and corner is properly curated to make all the corners make the best of this small scale luxury
Let us look into the best tiny house interiors that are swoon-worthy for every new house hunter:
CABIN IN THE WOODS
Fulfilling the iconic rustic cabin fever we all have during the travel season, rustic cabins are very popular among lone saga travellers. It is a permanent and routine getaway for the people. Having your own cabin in the woods is a dream come true. As the name suggests the theme goes in the rustic, shrivelled, exposed unfinished products and materials at play.
There is the use of a lot of reclaimed and repurposed and used wood. Including the flooring and the canopic roofing.
The interiors are set off with light linen felt materials for softer coverings, minimalistic and simple cut furniture and rustic, oxidised aesthetic that are directly influenced by nature. Natural lighting, greenery, and Scandinavian design sense are the key concepts in these houses.
CABOOSE FROM THE TRAIN
Caboose houses are inspired by the compartment structure in trains. It is a compact, simple, and rectangular-shaped tiny box of a house that can adjust upto six or seven people with ease. It is a sophisticated and intelligent design of rectangular space that can carry loads sue to the weight dispensation through its design.
It is a perfect getaway tiny house plan one could have.
With its wonderful mountainous and hilly region vibe, it is installed with modern smart technology and facilities like a modular bathroom, sink and electrical kitchen that can be used for general cooking and heating up water. Its design is the main feature though as it fully explains the clear judicious use of space.
CARAVANS FOR THE TRAVELLERS
One of the most trending outcomes of the sustainable living movements is the movement of the mobile home. The mobile homes movement encompasses living in manufactured homes, that are not laid down on the land but are moveable.
Mobile and tiny homes are of a compact build and have a minimalistic simple living approach to them. While the usual consensus associates mobile homes with a simple trailer van and a mattress, they have grown to become much more than that.
Communities of mobile home living are springing up across different parts of the globe as people are growing to choose the micro-living way of life.
SEASIDE SHACK LIVING
These tiny houses are sometimes missed when we go to a beach, they are the tiny residence that a-bide by the sea and are hidden by the natural beauty of forests and wildlife. Shacks are real-time houses and communities that have traditionally been comprised of the tiny house conundrum.
They have truly maximised and seashore inspired beautiful interiors with motifs and boho-chic aesthetics, white walls and easy yet calm decor that is magical and relaxing to one's eyes.
They are amalgamated in fully functional homes of communities that are native to the sea and oceanic areas and have devised the best organic farming and sanitation techniques.
The exteriors are apple shapes that are wider from above and often stand on trunks and bamboos to protect the house and flooring from water retention and damage.
METAL AND WOOD MODULAR HOME
Tiny houses are trendier with a mix of modern and traditional combinations. The use of metal on the wooden facade is the best example. They look like normal European canonical houses but only the tiny version of them. They are permanently established and sell for many affordable prices than the rest of the smaller cabins and houses we can find.
Modular or manufactured, these are words we hear a lot, but imagining a house, wall to wall manufactured seems like a far fetched dream. However, that isn’t the case anymore. Technological advancements in architecture have made it possible for buildings such as offices and homes to be prefabricated in a factory setting, and delivered, ready to move into.