6 tiny traditional floor plans perfect for couples

Tiny homes are a relatively new phenomenon, but there are still plenty of excellent tiny traditional floor plans out there! This style of home is especially well-suited to couples, no matter what their age.
If you've been looking for a tiny traditional dream home for two, look no further than the designs below! They all have a timeless curb appeal, and they would look right at home in any neighborhood.
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1. Well-designed carriage home from Houseplans.
Coming in at 683 square feet (63 square meters), this carriage home from Houseplans sits above a double garage. The staircase leads up into the middle of the home; a coat closet is right at the top of the stairs, while the open concept eat-in kitchen and living room are off to the right. A laundry closet can be found directly to the left of the stairs, and this is also where the bedroom can be accessed from. A bathroom with a tub is in the back left corner.
2. Cheerful cottage with dining nook from Architectural Designs.
This cottage from Architectural Designs measures 941 square feet (87 square meters), making it perfect for a couple looking to downsize while still keeping some features of a larger home. Once inside the front door, the dining room is straight ahead while the living room is off to the right. There is a cozy fireplace in the dining room, and a small breakfast nook is tucked away off to the right. The kitchen sits between the breakfast nook and the living room, and it can be accessed from either room. The bedroom and bathroom on the right-hand side complete the design.
3. Simple studio design from Family Home Plans.
This charming studio home from Family Home Plans measures 516 square feet (48 square meters) but feels much larger thanks to vaulted ceilings throughout. The left side of the home is taken up by the open concept living room and bedroom, while a tiny but efficient kitchen is in the front right corner. The bathtub and toilet can be found in the back right corner of the home, while the sink is right outside the bathroom next to the closet.
4. Well-lit bungalow from Houseplans.
This charming little bungalow from Houseplans comes in at 591 square feet (55 square meters). The front of the home is lined with windows overlooking the sundeck; both the living room and the dining nook on the right side taken advantage of this natural light. The living room also has a cozy fireplace, and an efficient kitchen can be found right behind the dining nook. The home can be entered through a door on the left-hand side, which leads into a foyer with a coat closet and space for the laundry machines. The bedroom and bathroom are located at the very back of the home.
5. Tiny studio home with plenty of storage from ePlans.
At 449 square feet (42 square meters), this compact home from ePlans is just the right size for a couple. A single garage is located on the first floor, as are a utility room and a sizable storage space under the stairs. Once upstairs, the kitchen is off to the right while the studio living space can be found right in front of the stairs. A bathroom with a tub, a second storage space, and a good-sized second story deck complete the design.
6. Compact cottage with sleeping loft from Family Home Plans.
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Measuring 796 square feet (74 square meters), this design from Family Home Plans has plenty of curb appeal. A small covered porch sits at the front home, and the door here opens right into the compact U-shaped kitchen. Off to the right is a small mudroom area, which features built-in shelving. The bathroom is located directly behind the mudroom. A spacious great room takes up the back portion of the home and sliding glass doors here lead out to the sundeck. A flight of stairs on the left leads to the sleeping loft upstairs, which has vaulted ceilings and is open to the great room below.
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