Inside Tiny Houses: step by step to plan your interior

Planning is a small word that implies big thinking and brainstorming. Follow me as we develop together our thoughts that will go into each of these articles to make our little house live the best it can be because we planned it to fit our style.

For starters, take a look at many of the details that can’t be forgotten as this project unfolds. Here is a list of the first items to consider that will help you plan ahead. In the meantime, printing this list is a tool to help you while you work. If you have experience using an Excel program, you will be able to do a couple of columns; one to have your description and the second to have your estimated cost for each item. Another quick and easy way is to prepare it using a regular pad of paper. So go ahead and get ready to plan with this first part of organizing your ideas and putting them into action.

Identify your needs

Have you chosen a piece of land, a town, a state for your little house?

Make a sketch of the floor plan you “would like to have” or visit prefabricated buildings to imagine yourself living inside.

Start looking for approximate prices of appliances online to prepare a reality budget

a refrigerator
b) Stove with or without oven
c) Microwave
d) Cleaning (compost, dry water, traditional)
e) Shower or bathtub station
g) Kitchen and bathroom sink
h) Source of energy, electric, gas or solar
I) Lighting – interior and exterior

Look at the prices of the necessary furniture, pretend that you already live there.

a) Love seat, sofa or futon with storage drawers below
b) Auxiliary table with storage
c) Ottoman with storage
e) Folding bed, credenza with bed, custom bed that slides under the raised kitchen floor
g) Floating desk, corner desk, drop-top table, folding table
h) Coffee table with storage
h) Storage trunks
I) folding chairs
j) Storage baskets or containers

Once you’ve determined the size of your tiny house, look up the prices of the materials needed to build it if you’ve decided to do so.

a trailer
b) windows
c) Wood, Ceilings
d) Plumbing
e) Power outlets
f) air conditioning
g) Heating
h) Plans
i) builders
j) State laws
k) Flood area?

Whether you’re building or buying an existing tiny home, what’s your budget limit?

a) Funds to use from your payroll income?
b) Retirement funds?
c) Savings?
d) Inheritance?
e) Dirty properties?

We have a lot on our hands to work with and we trust this guide has sparked enough interest to get you started on your tiny home life. The next article will cover many elements related to accessing the land or lot that she has in mind.

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