There’s nothing better than tracking down and rifling through what feels like a thousand tiny homes and finding your dream home to decorate and build into whatever your heart desires.
However, what do you do when you’ve gone through the hard part and are now absolutely stumped on tiny home interior ideas because you spent so much time on finding the right tiny home.
That’s where we come into the picture, you’ll find every idea you could imagine to inspire you to create the home of your dreams!
1. Bar Stools (decoredo.com)
You can never go wrong with bar stools in a tiny home, they can be customized to fit with any aesthetic and color scheme as well as being extremely flexible in terms of where they can be placed!
And when you’re not using them they can be put away easily to save on the space and the tiny homes organization.
They’re easy, and convenient for guests.
2. Rustic Ladders & Stairs (tinyhousegiantjourney.com)
Rustic-looking interiors and features are becoming more and more popular amongst the tiny home community, ladders and stairs are a great opportunity to tie in your tiny home aesthetic with practicality.
It’s something that’s simple but effective in bringing your tiny home to life and at the end of the process, it’ll be worth it to see your rustic home dream!
3. Couches/Seating in the Kitchen (Rustic Tiny House Interior Design Ideas)
It may seem a little unorthodox, but couches and comfortable seating areas in the kitchen bring a cozy element to a practical room.
Tiny homes can be tricky to decorate because of space limitations and that’s where couches come in handy to make the room cute and snug, so your tiny home kitchen can look aesthetically
pleasing as well as remain practical for its purpose.
4. String Lights (Creative Tiny House Interiors)
Hanging lights and string lights can be a simple way to introduce lighting into your tiny home in a way that maintains a cute and warm exterior.
They have a magical appearance to them and when those late summer nights kick in, you’ll be glad you’ve got your illuminating string lights to light the room and create a wonderful evening in with your partner.
5. Roof Styling (Tiny House Interior pinterest.co.uk)
When decorating your tiny home’s interior, it’s all about the small ideas you introduce into the home that bring it all together nicely.
Something to consider is the shape of your roof throughout the home and the choice of sky-light windows.
Of course, it all depends on your location, but if it works, then stylizing these choices can change the entire feeling behind your tiny home.
6. Black Or White (Amazing Modern Tiny House Interior)
Your color schemes are what make your tiny home your own, so make sure you’re happy with it!
Choosing black and white interiors is a great way to keep things minimalist if your tiny home is on the smaller side, the color scheme opens up rooms because it’s sleek and modern.
There’s nothing more clean-looking than a tiny home stocked up with black and white furnishings!
7. Bedrooms On A Ledge (The-Best-Tiny-House-Interiors)
Why not introduce something a little different and exciting to your own bedroom or a children/guest bedroom?
This modern take on a bunk bed-style bedroom is a fantastic way of saving space whilst sticking close to your aesthetic.
It helps open up a room by utilizing the entire height and width of the bedroom at hand.
Also, they’re a fun way to decorate bedrooms in tiny homes!
8. Kitchen Islands (Best Tiny House Interiors pinterest.co.uk)
The kitchen island separates a living space that combines a living room and kitchen, they also are a great way to use up any extra space in the kitchen that feels empty.
They’re practical for your own needs as well as being able to introduce a warm and friendly seating space for you or your guests to enjoy breakfast in the kitchen. They can also be decorated to match any aesthetic you have.
9. Lanterns (Interior Ideas Home Stratosphere)
Salvaging a portion of history into your tiny home can be a great way to create a historical look, whilst decorating something in a practical way.
Lanterns are becoming increasingly popular amongst tiny home communities for their appearances as well as their purpose.
They provide a warmer glow to the lighting in your tiny home and can be the difference between a well-decorated tiny home and a dull decorated tiny home.
10. Multipurpose Rooms (Tiny Dream Home On Wheels iDesignArch)
There’s only so much space in tiny homes to use up, and a great way to keep your tiny home interior looking organized and stylish is to try out a bedroom and kitchen combo idea.
This could be a great alternative to a guest bedroom as it may be a room that isn’t used often, so keeping it tidy and separate, leaves more room for another idea in a room you would have used
as a guest bedroom.
11. Mounting Instruments (Tiny House tinyhousegiantjourney.com)
Mounting one or multiple instruments on the walls of your tiny home is a great way to give a homely look to your home, especially if they can be unmounted easily.
There’s nothing better than having an evening n with friends and breaking out the guitar halfway through to entertain your guests and have some fun at the same time.
12. Kitchen shelving (Tiny House Kitchen tinyhousefor.us)
The spices and condiments rack in your tiny home kitchen can become a staple decorative piece in combining your kitchens needs with a rustic and aged interior design idea.
Displaying these spices in a creative way is so pleasing to the eye and you won’t regret getting that label maker out for this project!
13. Dressers (Creative Interiors (pinterest.co.uk)
When it comes to tiny homes, space can be an issue and if minimalism is what you’re going for, furniture can be difficult to display in a way that doesn’t clutter.
Dressers are a great idea for being able to display a few family ornaments and photographs we well as keeping everything stored and tucked away nicely to ease your mind.
And they look great!
14. Wooden Beams (Tiny House Idea pinterest.co.uk)
Choosing to display discarded wooden beams and trunks in your tiny home is a sustainably conscious way of rusting up your interiors whilst using up something that won’t have another purpose in its life.
There’s nothing more homely than a tree trunk supporting your home as well as adding to the rustic interior aesthetics.
15. Carpets and Rugs (TinyHouseDesign)
Rugs and carpets are a necessity for keeping our feet warm and toasty in our tiny homes, so why not display them to match your color schemes and interior ideas as well as for comfort for your feet.
They instantly make your tiny home look warmer and they’re an easy decorative idea to choose without much thought.
16. Decorative Cushions (caboose tiny house interior view)
Your choice of cushions and couches is imperative to your overall happiness in your tiny home.
They’re the make it or break it of tiny home interiors and they provide you with the most creative freedom you’re going to get.
And the best thing of all is that your choice of cushions can alternate according to the seasons and your style changes if you are bored of what you’re seeing, change it up a bit!
17. Food Storage Displays (Impressive Tiny House pinterest.co.uk)
Displaying your food or wine stock is a great way to create a homely vibe whilst using up space for food storage.
If it’s aesthetically pleasing to you, why not put it on display for others to see?
And when you’re enjoying a planned evening with friends or your partner, crack out that bottle of wine in your eye view to impress guests!
18. Patterns and Colors (Elegant Interior Design cutithai.com)
When decorating your tiny home interior, something to consider is your choice of patterns and colorways for furnishings and couches.
Having a simpler toned couch next to a wild statement patterned couch that displays similar colors, is a simple but effective way to liven up your tiny home.
Just make sure you stick to a color palette!
19. Statement Doors (Custom Finished iDesignArch)
So, you’ve sorted out your color scheme to perfection but are struggling to choose a door to match the scene inside your tiny home?
Why not try a statement-colored door that contrasts against your overall color scheme in a way like compliments your tiny home.
If you’ve gone or blue’s try an orange door.
Get experimental with the opposite sides of the color wheels for this one!
20. Statement Walls (Tiny House interior pinterest.co.uk)
If you’re one for keeping things simple in terms of your interiors, but you want a bit of excitement in your tiny home, this one is for you!
And if committing to a patterned wallpaper is too risky just yet, why not try out wall stickers to liven up the room?
They can be removed when you’ve had enough of them and are great for linking aesthetics together.