6 floor plans for tiny homes that feel surprisingly spacious

If you love the idea of tiny living but have nightmares about moving your life into a shoe box, don't worry! There are a ton of amazing tiny house plans out there for dwellings that feel open and spacious in spite of their small footprint.
Among other things, vaulted ceilings, large windows, and open floor plans all help to make tiny homes feel substantially larger than they actually are. These floor plans will soothe your worries about moving into a space that feels too small!
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1. Craftsman style bungalow from Houseplans
This lovely little bungalow from Houseplans measures 930 square feet (86 square meters) and features an open plan kitchen, dining room, and family room. This living space is flooded with natural light thanks to the many windows in addition to the skylight, and it also offers two bedrooms and two bathrooms to ensure that everyone gets their privacy!
2. Micro mountain home from Architectural Designs
Measuring only 640 square feet (59 square meters), this tiny mountain home from Architectural Designs offers big living in a tiny space. The dining bar in the kitchen gives you flexibility in both eating and cooking, and the huge floor to ceiling window in the great room make the space feel huge! The master bedroom has ample storage room as well as space for a king size bed, and there's room for a bunk bed in the second bedroom if need be.
3. Small but imposing colonial home from ePlans
With Colonial features like columns and a distinctive foyer, 996 square feet (93 square meters) home from ePlans manages to look imposing despite its tiny size. The right hand side of the home is taken up with an open concept living area that includes a breakfast bar as well as room for a dining table, and the left side is home to two bedrooms that share a spacious bathroom.
4. Charming cottage with sloping ceiling from Family Home Plans
This cute little cottage from Family Home Plans comes in at only 480 square feet (45 square meters), but it still manages to feel cozily spacious. The ceiling is 14' 6" at its highest point, and the open concept living area gives you the freedom to arrange your furniture as you please!
5. Contemporary home with floor to ceiling windows from ePlans
This unique design from ePlans measures 844 square feet (78 square meters), and it would be perfect for a lot with a view. The enormous floor to ceiling windows flood the spacious great room with a ton of natural light, and afford an amazing view from the upstairs sleeping loft as well. A laundry room and a bathroom are found on either side of the kitchen, and the lovely wraparound deck is a great place to soak up some sun!
6. Tiny Tudor home from Architectural Designs
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At 896 square feet (83 square meters), this little Gothic home from Architectural Design is simply adorable. Walk through the double doors into the spacious living room, and continue past the self standing stairway and the half bathroom to the kitchen and dining area. The sleeping area is found upstairs, where both bedrooms have ample closet space and easy access to the bathroom.
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