The tiny house is made up of two trailers. One serves as a bedroom, and a porch connects to another trailer. A storage rack built down from the ceiling houses the clients' fishing poles and camping gear. For tiny homes, you must use every square inch of storage!
This jewel box bedroom exudes the warmest welcome with its layers of beautiful textiles and a trunk at the foot of the bed (secret storage!). Tiny wall-mounted shelves make the perfect nightstands; they don't require an inch of floor.
Headboards can define a bedroom and in this case the artwork of Italian Renaissance painter Dosso Dossi behind the wooden platform bed creates a bold statement. The white bed linens and faux fur throw create a neutral base for the colorful art.
Lush, tropical wallpaper fills this small bedroom with color and life on an accent wall behind the bed. With not a lot of extra space beside the bed, a collection of globe pendants is a fun way to add lighting.
Glamorous gold polka dots draw the eye upward in this odd-shaped bedroom, helping to elevate the appearance of the ceiling. White walls, white furniture and a window make the small but stylish space feel brighter and larger.
As seen on HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist, host Emily Henderson decides to make this under-utilized room a guest bedroom and starts the makeover by removing the built-ins. The leftover space is perfect for the new bed, which features a soft white upholstered wall behind it.
This bedroom cleverly saves floor space and makes a dynamic backdrop for the bed with geometric, built-in bookshelves. Colorful book titles zig-zag across the wall. Petite card catalogs are the genius nightstand pairing.
In stark contrast to this urban bedroom's concrete ceiling and column, a richly colored rug fills the floor space and warms up this tiny sleeping space. A navy blue curtain adds another layer of luxurious color.