Some tiny houses are truly tiny. Such is the case with the “Emerald,” a beautiful little abode just 20 feet long. Despite its diminutive profile, this little home offers a space which is functional and comfortable. Let’s take a look.
The side of the house is surprisingly devoid of windows. Thanks to the bright green paint, however, it retains a cheery glow.
This is the same home, just without the coat of green paint. Even though the side is lacking windows, the rear of the home has a large one.
The kitchen is in many ways the main feature of the house. On the left you have counter space to work with, as well as a little on either side of the sink. The sink is at an angle to the stove, making creative use of the corner space. Those cabinets underneath look to be extra roomy.
If you were worried about lack of light, you can see those concerns were unnecessary. There is plenty of daylight streaming into the kitchen. A ladder leads up to the loft.
The loft is very tiny indeed, but that just adds to its cozy charm. Since there is floor space around the bed, you should not feel boxed in, even with the low ceiling.
Homey touches like this one bring color to the interior of the tiny house.
Here’s another look at the kitchen. This time, you can see the table.
If you wanted a better look at the sink, oven and stovetop, here it is. You can get an even better appreciation of all the cabinet space from here.
Deep drawers ensure that there is plenty of room for all of your utensils.
The table is tiny, but just the right size for one or two to dine. On the left, you can spot the full-size refrigerator and freezer.
The bathroom is small, but includes room for a toilet and a medicine cabinet.
Across from the kitchen is the living room, which has a couch (which from the looks of it probably can be converted into a bed) complemented by a colorful pillow and drapes along with a lampshade with a similar design.
It’s hard to believe that the “Emerald” is only 20 feet long—and it certainly seems like it has plenty of light, despite how windowless it looks from outside! Learn more about this and other designs by Tiny Diamond Homes at the builder’s official website.