Folding table that doubles as wall art: click here for website
that table idea is SO awesome, and looks quite easy to make. we won’t have room for it in this Tiny House because our wall heater is where a table would need to fold up, but a really great idea. (is it just me, or does it look like the girl in the photo above has a giant picture of herself for wall art?! funny.)
I love this wood and white look:
and here’s a plywood interior: (a little more plywood than we could handle, but these wall and ceiling finishes would work in a tiny, mobile house because of their inherent flexibility)
here’s more Plywood! this time plywood walls AND floors:
It looks like a metal ceiling, like a shipping container, but corrugated metal roofing panels could be used for a modern tiny house ceiling finish. the acoustics might be bad, but that could be accommodated with textiles in curtains or seating, or with cork flooring.
we’ve been obsessed with trying to use plywood in our design, but it’s actually quite expensive. (AC grade or sanded plywood is $45 to $50 a sheet for a decent thickness.)
this is an open shelving design that looks pretty stunning with the green accent wall:
would love to see a tiny house with color in it! but my tendency is definitely toward white… I feel like it must be white and light and bright with almost NO texture in order to feel bigger… the good thing with a tiny house is that you can paint and re-paint and re-paint again with very little paint and money spent!
would love to hear about any tiny house interior design ideas you all might have…