If you're worried about building a tiny home that feels a bit too cramped, you should consider an open concept design! It's a chic, modern style, and a great way to offer a continuous, uninterrupted flow all throughout your home.
Even better, open concept designs fully maximize the space that's available to you. With fewer walls and awkward hallways taking up space unnecessarily, you can be sure that every square inch of your home is being put to good use!
1. Dramatic contemporary home from Architectural Designs
This gorgeous contemporary home from Architectural Designs measures 910 square feet (85 square meters), and it features two bathrooms, two bedrooms, a garage, and a second-floor deck! When you enter the house, you'll be greeted by a big bank of windows and an open concept kitchen and living room. Head upstairs, and you'll find two bedrooms with lovely cathedral ceilings as well as the deck that's accessible through the larger bedroom.
2. Adorable cottage from Floorplans
Coming in at only 300 square feet (28 square meters), this adorable little cottage from Floorplans would look right at home in a fairy tale. Despite its tiny size, it still offers some touches of luxury: a cozy fireplace, a walk-in closet, and a large shower in the bathroom! A box bay window floods the studio living area with natural light, and the whole house feels light and airy thanks to the vaulted ceilings.
3. Traditional bungalow with cathedral ceilings from Beaver Homes and Cottages
The open concept kitchen, dining room, and family room in this plan by Beaver Homes and Cottages are made to feel even more roomy thanks to the gorgeous cathedral ceilings. At 963 square feet (89 meters), the plan has room for a master bedroom with a raised ceiling as well as a second bedroom. Add in the laundry room, covered porch, and full bathroom, and you have everything you need for cozy tiny home living!
4. Quaint country cottage from Eplans
Coming in at 576 square feet (54 square meters), this cute little cottage from Eplans features a fireplace, two skylights, and vaulted ceilings in the open concept kitchen and living room as well as in the bedroom. When you enter the house, you'll pass through a tiny hallway that leads to the bathroom, but the rest of the main living area is free of walls!
5. Contemporary home with floor to ceiling windows from House Plans
This tiny home from House Plans is only 542 square feet (50 square meters), but it still manages to squeeze in two bedrooms. The open concept kitchen-dining and living areas feel much larger than they are because of the huge windows at the front of the house, and the the full bathroom is easily accessible from both bedrooms.
6. Tiny modern house with second-floor deck from Family Home Plans
At 924 square feet (86 square meters), this tiny modern home from Family Home Plans is perfect for families thanks to the two spacious bedrooms it offers. Walk through the front door into a tiny mudroom opposite the bathroom on the lower floor, and turn the corner to be greeted by an open concept kitchen and living room. The lucky inhabitant of the bedroom upstairs will get their own full bathroom and easy access to the gorgeous deck!
7. One-bedroom wonder with a dramatic roof-line from Architectural Designs
Coming in at 624 square feet (58 square meters), this floor plan from Architectural Design features a main interior space that's wide open as well as a foyer, a master bedroom, and a full bathroom. The dramatic roof-line creates a striking appearance both inside and outside the home, and the covered porch on the right-hand side is accessible through a pair of sliding doors.
8. Traditional home above two-car garage from Eplans
This 646 square foot (60 square meter) home from Eplans is located above a two-car garage that ensures the occupants have plenty of parking and storage space. You'll enter the house through the living room, which is completely open to the kitchen and filled with natural light from a number of windows. Although the bathroom is attached to the master bedroom, it can also be accessed through the kitchen to spare guests the awkwardness of walking through your sleeping area to use the facilities.