Interior design ideas on our wish list . . .

We love the collaborative design process with our clients, especially when we get to try new things. It’s always fun when people timidly toss out a new design idea and we enthusiastically reply “we can do that!” This blog post goes over some creative tiny house interior design ideas that have come up in the past and some that we’ve always wanted to try but we’re still waiting for the right opportunity.

Here are some things on our wish list. Think something is missing? Have a novelty idea and wondering if it’s possible in a tiny home? Send us an e-mail and let’s make it happen.

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#1

First up is working with real brick veneer. It’s no heavier than tile. Even as just an accent it can completely transform a tiny house.

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#2

Let’s talk storage stairs. They don’t always have to be positioned in the middle of the house. Stairs inset into the loft, or better yet, going up the back are a great idea and a space saver.

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#3

We just got our saw mill set up! Like live edge wood for a fold-up table, shelving, or desk? Or just want to go all-in with the rustic look? We can do that!

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#4

Notice the subtle downward illumination? We love doing specialty LED lighting. This picture shows some valance lighting we did. Would love to do more.

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#5

Japanese style soaking tub? Get the therapeutic benefits of a bath with a smaller footprint. We’d love to fit one of these in your custom tiny home.

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#6

We love working with metal - copper, steel, aluminum, bronze. Metal accents can be added to hardware, light fixtures, sinks, counters, shelving, or just an accent piece with your personal flare.

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#7

Counter space in a tiny house is coveted. Why not create convertible counter top space that can be expanded while in use and then stowed away. We’ve already done this with sink covers, we’d like to try a fold-out design like this too.

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#8

Need to climb up to your custom rooftop deck? We can build a ladder for you (and the rooftop deck). Like I said . . . we love working with metal. We built this custom steel ladder for a skoolie conversion. Could work great for a tiny house too.

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#9

Give your ceiling some love. There’s a blank canvas up there. Let us put unique custom carpentry on your ceiling. Make your home a work of art. Accents like this create a story for your house too and give it more character.

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#10

We loved doing the tile transitioning to wood in the Monocle tiny house bathroom (see our gallery). We’d love to do another tile-wood mash up. Hexagon tiles transitioning to wood? Now you’re talking!


We believe every tiny house should fit the needs and style of the tiny home owner. Click a button below to read more about our collaborative design process or contact us about your tiny house idea.