Stylish interior of a tiny house. Tiny houses.considered ideal for singles and couples. However, there are many examples of residence in such homes for families of four, as well as couples with dogs. Driftwood Homes from South Carolina found an elegant solution for a tiny family home in which there is enough space for the privacy of every tenant. Designers have created a two-bedroom apartment, one of which is located on the spacious upper floor. A bedroom on the first floor is also used as an office. Classic suburbs Built on baseA 7-meter trailer, the Indigo has a seating area right in the middle of the trailer. The kitchen has a full-size four-stove gas stove, a medium-sized refrigerator and is located against a wall covered with reclaimed wood. Thus, a feeling of spaciousness is created. Such a kitchen would be envied by the owners of ordinary apartments. There is a staircase on the opposite wall leading to the upper floor. In its recesses, you can also store various fines. This staircase does not take up much space and fits perfectly in the interior. Niches in the stairs you can find any use. There is plenty of space on the top floor, however, you have to get used to the fact that straightening up to its full height will not work here. A great option for a children's room. Downstairs fora staircase leads to the bathroom and the master bedroom, which is located directly below the upper floor. In the bathroom, you can find a tiled shower with a comfortable seating ledge. In this house there was a place even for the corridor. Modest bathroom design creates comfort Only the necessary space. A smart solution was also found for the bedroom - use Murphy, who can serve as a desk during the day. It is no wonder that indigo dominates in the bedroom. A wall made of barn boards creates an atmosphere of rural life in the room. So the bedroom looks like during working hours Indigodesigned so that each family member has a place for privacy. You can imagine parents living comfortably in this trailer with a teenage child. Tiny houses like this prove that they do not have to be cramped or devoid of personal space. With careful design, they may well be suitable for families wishing to get out of the mortgage trap. Do you think this option is a good alternative to a city apartment?