7 tiny floor plans for homes with private second-floor master suites

It's no secret that master suites are often found on the second floor of a home, but this placement takes on a whole new meaning when it comes to tiny homes. Most of the time, there's no space for anything else up there!
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the home, a second-floor master suite can become a wonderful private retreat in a tiny home. Check out the following floor plans for some inspiration!
Advertisement
1. Rustic log cabin from Houseplans
At 939 square feet (87 square meters), this design from Houseplans boasts a huge wraparound porch and two stories of windows at the front. A large great room with vaulted ceilings takes full advantage of these windows, as does a small dining area on the right side. At the back of the home, you will find a kitchen, a utility closet and a bathroom with a tub. The spacious master suite upstairs has an attached bathroom, and it overlooks the great room below.
2. Charming home with vaulted ceilings from Architectural Designs
This cheerful home from Architectural Designs measures only 664 square feet (62 square meters), but it has a number of features you'd only expect to see in a larger home. The living room boasts sloping ceilings, and it's open to the L-shaped kitchen on the left side. The kitchen features a large island with an eating bar as well as a separate dining area. A half bathroom and a small laundry area are found on the far left side of the home. Upstairs, the master suite has sloping ceilings as well as an attached bathroom with a tub.
3. Cottage with wraparound porch from Houseplans
This charming cottage from Houseplans comes in at 780 square feet (73 square meters), and it features a large wraparound deck that surrounds the living room. This room can be entered through doors on both sides, and it has a cozy fireplace that takes up an entire wall. Off to the right are the dining room, the kitchen, a small half bathroom and a laundry closet. The second-floor master suite has a bathroom with a tub as well as a large closet.
4. Modern two-bedroom design from Floorplans
Coming in at 924 square feet (86 square meters), this modern design from Floorplans has a unique curb appeal. The front door opens into a small foyer with a coat closet, and from here a second door opens to the main living space. There is a bathroom directly ahead of the front door, and the living room, kitchen and dining room are off to the left. A bedroom in the front-left corner completes this floor, while a staircase in the back-left corner leads to the master suite upstairs. Special features here include a separate bathroom and a large private deck.
5. Cheerful Victorian-style home from ePlans
This one-bedroom Victorian home from ePlans measures 767 square feet (71 square meters), making it the perfect size for a couple. The bulk of the first floor is taken up by the living room, but the space also includes a kitchen, a dining nook and a small bathroom with a shower. Upstairs, the master suite has a second bathroom with a shower, and the sleeping space overlooks the living room below.
6. Two-bedroom contemporary design from Houseplans
This design from Houseplans comes in at 990 square feet (92 square meters), but it has plenty of luxurious touches. The living room takes up the front portion of the home, and it boasts a large fireplace with a raised hearth. Directly behind this is the U-shaped kitchen, which features a breakfast bar as well as a large pantry. A bedroom, bathroom and laundry closet are found at the back of the home. Upstairs, the spacious master suite includes a bedroom, a bathroom with a shower and a loft area that can be used however the homeowner wishes.
7. Cozy country cottage from Floorplans
Advertisement
Coming in at 980 square feet (91 square meters), this home from Floorplans has not one but two bedrooms on the second floor. The front door opens directly into the living room, which is partially separated from the dining room and the kitchen behind it. A door in the dining room leads out to the backyard, and there is a small half bathroom off to the right side of the living room. Upstairs, both the large master suite and the smaller second bedroom have their own bathrooms.
Resources

No matter where you live, you can't deny the allure of a traditional country home. They're cute, comfortable, and cozy, and they're even more appealing when they're shrunk down to suit people interested in tiny living!
May 22   ·  
Advertisement
Tiny living can be a bit of a challenge for families, but it's well worth doing if you can manage it. All of these homes have at least two bedrooms, so there's plenty of room for the entire family!
May 22   ·  
One of the most common worries about living in a tiny home is a lack of storage space, but this is easily solved by choosing a floor plan with a walk-in closet! It's a great way to bring a feeling of spaciousness into an otherwise tiny living space.
May 17   ·  
No matter how much of a minimalist you are, there's always a need for just a little more storage. You might be a storage whiz already, but you can probably make space for at least one of these ideas even if you think you've maxed out all your space!
May 13   ·  
If California is your ideal lodging destination, then the tiny house on wheels we will be exploring today promises to meet all your expectations.
May 19   ·  
You'll be dreaming of staying in this pristine cottage located in South Carolina.
May 2   ·  
 
Recommended
Advertisement