Today we will meet with a married couple -Chris and Malissa Tack, who decided to build a small house in a suburb of Washington (USA). Its area is only 18 square meters. But this does not prevent the beloved to remain happy. Let's take a closer look at this dream building. Installed solar panels to power a mini-building make it possible to spend on electricity, even in winter, no more than $ 1 per day. Spouses pay the landlord for the right to park their house, for using the washing machine and dryer. As soon as you enter the room, in front of youa combined work area opens. Malissa herself designed the interior design, in which the main focus was to save electricity and save space. Therefore, only LED lamps were used for lighting, the table was cleverly folded, and the TV could be connected to a computer as a monitor. The loft bedroom is located above the kitchen and bathroom. It is perfectly located royal bed. Skylights delightfully fill the little attic with light. The house is full of smart storage solutions. For example, folded items can be found even inside the bench in the living room. Natural materials are responsible for safety and environmental friendliness. The couple had to sacrifice a lot of theirproperty when moving to a tiny place. But they do not regret it, because here they live much better, despite the minimum size of the building. In addition, some of the things they profitably sold. According to the owners, the kitchen area was the most difficult to design. Instead of a bulky stove, they installed a simple panel with two burners to save precious space. The bathroom is close to the kitchen. Therefore, the sink is built into the work surface. In the mini-house even fit a special corner for their beloved cat. The shower looks very original. After each wash, they thoroughly wash the old wooden barrel with a sponge to keep it in good condition for a long time. Water comes from the user tank, and the electric water heater heats it easily. In the closet placed all the things spouses. Even there was a place for a small safe. The pair made a charming open dining table and benches of pallets. Now they spend more time in the fresh air. Chris and Malissa take pride in their designs. They plan to live in this tiny house for another five years, and then build more apartments - about 30 square meters.