Living Inside a Tiny Eco Home

Adele Shotton-Pugh | Posted

We showed you some amazing tiny homes Incredible, Tiny Eco Homes, and many of you have asked about the inside. In this post we answer your curiosity and show you a sneak peak of what it's like living inside a tiny eco-home.

A double bed suspended in the rafters on a small eco-home

Lush Home

This eco home may be small, but it's full of all the mod cons we've become accustom to. Maximising every inch of available space, the loft style sleeping area looks comfortable, if not somewhat precarious.

Small wooden room with bed and sofa, looks like the inside of sauna

Humble Homes

The interior of this tiny home is styled with an open-plan motif. It's like living in an eco-friendly bedsit.

Slide out bed under a raised desk area

Tiny House For Us

Clever storage solutions are a must in tiny homes. This house has a hidden double bed that's slid out when needed.

Wooden eco home with wicker two seater chairs facing a table

Air BNB

Plenty of natural light makes any room seem larger, so it's imperative in tiny houses to maximise this free resource. Pale woods and white are ideal decorating colours.

Wood panel kitchen space with sofa in the corner

Pinterest

Making a tiny home personal is achieved by using a decorating motif that suits your personality and works well with the limited space.

Ultra modern wooden self contained kitchen area

Fast Co Exist

The latest eco-homes typically have a contemporary layout to compliment the innovative design.

Overhead storage shelf above a sitting area, in a wooden eco home

DIY House Building

This tiny home works on the principle that less is more….the end result is a place that's simplistic, yet incredibly stylish.

Wooden pod with seats and central area for exercising like a hamster

Epic Weird

Living in a small space can be claustrophobic. This home's structure can be changed by walking on a hamster style wheel. Ingenious eh?

Two people sitting next to a window in a small wooden eco bedroom

Dornob

Tiny house living gets very close and personal with nature. Embrace the fact by having a stunning view and large windows to bring the expanse of the outside inside.

Lovely wooden home in the woods, surrounded by wooden decking and seating area

FYI

Using outdoor space means you can have your living and dining room outside, leaving the house with a bathroom, kitchen and bedroom. All very well when it's not raining!

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