A Soaking Tub and Rooftop Deck Make This Tiny Home a Dream

It doesn't get much better than this tiny house on wheels complete with a soaking tub and rooftop deck. The Live/Work tiny home has everything you need to live comfortably and work from home. These days it seems more and more people are making the choice to work from home rather than deal with daily commutes, and this tiny house is just the place to be. The tiny house design has plenty of windows to let in loads of natural light, making your space feel fresh and larger than its tiny footprint. With that said the tiny house never feels small as it has high ceilings with two separate lofts, one for sleeping and the other a cozy spot for daydreaming or reading a book.

The tiny kitchen has a cooktop with a large sink that sits in front of a window to let in the view. You'll spend plenty of time on your rooftop patio. What makes this tiny house even better is the fact that it has a good-sized soaking tub, perfect for relaxing after a long day of work. The Live/Work tiny house comes from Tiny Heirloom professionals with over a decade of experience in residential construction.

Tiny house designs are different from regular-sized houses in many ways, so there are some special considerations that you will want to keep in mind as you work on the design. The following are just a few of the most important factors to consider.

Placement. Finding a place to park or build your tiny house legally can be much easier said than done. Tiny house laws vary from city to city, so you'll want to be sure to pay careful attention to your local zoning restrictions and building codes.

Size. While all tiny houses are smaller than a standard home design, that doesn’t mean they don’t come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes to suit your individuals and families of different kinds. You’d probably be surprised to see just how many different three and two-bedroom tiny house models and layout options are available to choose from.

Functionality. Functionality is an important consideration for any home, but especially tiny houses. With limited space, you need to make the most out of every inch of available space. You'll want to think about functional needs such as storage space, hybrid or multi-use spaces, and efficiency throughout the design process.

Aesthetics. Aesthetics are what take a basic tiny house and make it into a beautiful and inviting home. You'll want your tiny house to reflect your personality and preferences. You can get inspiration from elsewhere or get professional help, or come up with ideas yourself.

Prioritize and Pare Down. When working on your tiny house design, you will probably need to prioritize your needs and focus on what truly matters to you. You may not have space for a separate home gym, art studio, and home office all under one roof, but with a little creativity and innovation, you can create unique hybrid spaces that serve multiple purposes.

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