Designing a tiny home entails involves more than the design of your small sustainable living structure. Planning the location and outside environment of your tiny home is also part of the delicate tiny-planning process.
- How close are you to utilities?
- Where are you placing your tiny home? On gravel?
- Is the surface area level?
All of these are contributing factors impact your living experience, as well as you the construction of your home, ultimately influencing the interior design of your tiny home on wheels. The tiny house movement encourages us to explore the outdoors and take our living experience beyond the walls of our tiny space.
With creativity and design, we can maximize the endless space around us in the outdoors.
As always, this creative process involves evaluating your own needs as a tiny home dweller. Take time to list your personal needs, wants, and requirements to meet your lifestyle (do you need a garden, wood shed, water storage, electricity). Think about your lifestyle in basic terms. As Thoreau says, “SIMPLIFY!”
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