When this charming blue house with the orange door popped up in my Pinterest feed, I had to track down more pics to see inside. I learned it’s a tiny house in Arkansas with less than 600 square feet — take a look!
Homeowner Lyndsey told At Home in Arkansas magazine:
“I began doing research online and found Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, which has plans for houses that are all less than 900 square feet. I chose the Whidbey plan, which has two bedrooms and a loft area, to give me room for growth if I were to have a family in the future.”
A Whidbey Plan on the Tumbleweed website:
It has less than 600 square feet — 557 to be exact. Here’s the floorplan:
How Lyndsey’s Whidbey turned out:
The entry has reclaimed wood paneling and Anthropologie wallpaper on the ceiling:
Great room with fireplace and loft:
I especially like the kitchen and how she decorated it — so cheery!
Lyndsey says there was so much buzz in her neighborhood about the tiny house that she held an open house for the curious:
“I had close to 90 people come out. They’re surprised and intrigued when they see the way the home is set up and how I have all the amenities that you would expect in a larger home. Many of the same people who questioned the project in the beginning are now big fans.”
Would you feel comfortable in a house this small? If it was as cute as this one, then I think I could manage. 🙂
For more photos and information about the house: At Home in Arkansas article (story by Tiffany Burgess; photos by Nancy Nolan; styling by Mandy Keener); photo gallery; photos taken when they were building the little house; and the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company floor plans.