your desires in a great room

We’ll admit the term “great room” seems odd for a small space. Yet there is a central and open area in all tiny homes, right when you pass through the front door.

Great rooms express your desires and priorities, whether that’s spending time with family or friends, having a meal, watching TV, or even working at your computer. So great rooms need to serve multiple functions, without getting too filled up.

Here are some different great room treatments, for you to start thinking about arranging your own tiny or small house — and for maximum joy.

This tiny house on wheels looks so inviting! Great room chairs and a window nook are easy places to relax, and the table may be used for all different reasons. (Bayside Bungalow)

This house on wheels looks so inviting! Great room chairs and a window nook are easy places to relax, and the table may be used for all different reasons. (Bayside Bungalow)

Looking down from the sleeping area, this great room features plenty of seating, a dining table and a large cabinet. Two rugs pull the traditional look together. (Kanga House)

Looking down from the sleeping area, this great room features plenty of seating, a dining table and a large cabinet. Two rugs pull the traditional look together. (Kanga House)

Can you believe this is a kit house? The modern room has an Eames chair and comfortable sofa, to watch TV. Also there's a dining table peeking from the right corner. (Rocio Romero)

Can you believe this is a kit house? The modern room has an Eames chair and comfortable sofa, to watch TV. Also there’s a dining table peeking from the right corner. (Rocio Romero)

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