built-ins create new rooms

In a tiny house, built-ins effectively create spaces that feel like separate or more private rooms. There’s magic in how windows and partial walls help make tiny dwellers and visitors more comfortable.

Here are some examples of seating and sleeping areas that (we think) really work well. These nooks, alcoves and pods beckon you to take a breather.

In a silo-shaped home, bed pods fit within the rounded exterior and offer sleeping and napping space. (Montesilo)

In a silo-shaped home, bed pods fit within the rounded exterior and offer sleeping and napping space. (Montesilo)

The Tumbleweed Mica's bed gets built into a side room, complete with windows and cabinets. (Tumbleweed Houses)

The Tumbleweed Mica’s bed gets built into a side room, complete with windows and cabinets. (Tumbleweed Houses)

The hOMe's great room features a cozy alcove, easy for relaxing or watching TV across the way. (hOMe, Tiny House Build)

The hOMe’s great room features a cozy alcove, easy for relaxing or watching TV across the way. (hOMe, Tiny House Build)

This pretty nook, surrounded by windows on three sides, is the owner's favorite part of her home. (Little Yellow Door)

This pretty nook, surrounded by windows on three sides, is the owner’s favorite part of her home. (Little Yellow Door)

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