North London has developed a fairly serious issue when it comes to providing affordable housing for its residents. Inspired to come up with a solution, the co-founders of Studiomama designed a tiny house that’s full-equipped, stylish, and affordable. The home is 13 square meters which is about 140 square feet and packs a lot of living in its diminutive and unassuming size.
Inside, the home is open with neutral plywood, pastel sliding doors, and large mirrors placed strategically to make the house feel larger than it really is. The built-in structure that takes up most of the home has covered shelves and cubbies and a cozy bench lined with soft material.
The clever storage wall even has a sliding desk built into it to give you a place for your laptop and work.
The wall with mirrors can be opened up to reveal a large Murphy bed that folds down into the living space at night.
On the opposite wall of the house, you have a small but functional kitchen area with a microwave, cooktop, and sink as well as several cabinets to store your kitchen essentials.
Buffett-style seating is against the wall with comfy padded seats and a tall table in between.
The bathroom is next to the kitchen behind a sliding pocket door and has a flushable toilet, slim sink, and shower stall.
We think this tiny house is an ingenious answer to the affordable housing crisis that London is facing right now and can only hope that it makes its away across the big pond soon!
For more information about Studiomama and their innovative ideas, check out their website at http://www.studiomama.com/.