Even with a small footprint, one can see a diversity of designs and creative solutions in small homes to maximize space. So far we have seen lots of lofts or even a lack thereof, transformer furniture, curved roofs and different layouts that diverge out of the expected tiny house interior.
North Carolina’s Brevard Tiny Homes built this light-filled 8-foot by 24-foot, 192-square-foot specimen with two lofts that tucks its kitchen in a L-shape, behind the stair, and under the main sleeping loft. Dubbed the Chickadee, the home’s kitchen prep space feels quite extensive as the counters are continuous, rather than split up as we’ve seen in other designs. One could probably add more shelving on the wall here too. It’s definitely a kitchen for people who love to cook a storm, as it’s equipped with a four-burner stove and a large refrigerator.