We have always been a fan of the tiny house movement, even before they were cool. Let’s face it there are many benefits to living in a smaller space, from less house to clean, easier to maintain and let’s not forget lower utility costs. However, these days we can’t help but marvel at how far they have come as far as design and style. For example, today we looking at a tiny home that is bursting with farmhouse charm that we found on Apartment Therapy.

All images courtesy of Perch and Nest.

White and Crisp Interior

According to Barn and Willow, modern farmhouse combines the sleek clean lines of contemporary design with the cozy farmhouse aesthetic to create a uniquely fresh take on the country living inspired style, and that style describes this tiny house perfectly.

Not only is there an abundance of natural light, there is plenty of open storage, as well as gorgeous rustic flooring throughout.

Related: Check out our complete section on Farmhouse Decor.

Farmhouse Tiny Home Interior
Doesn’t look cramped does it?
Farmhouse Tiny Home Sitting Area
The kitchen is charming!
Farmhouse Tiny Home Window Seat And Shelving
Look at all that hidden storage space.
Farmhouse Tiny Home Tub
Bath anyone?

Loft Hideaways on Both Ends

One of the biggest challenges of a tiny house is the lack of sleeping space in them. Not the case with this lovely home. Not only is there room for two separate bedrooms on either end of the home, there is also a hideaway twin bed nook under the steps.

Farmhouse Tiny Home Stairs Leading To Loft
Cute little hidaway.
Tiny House Master Bedroom
Plenty of light and room to move around.
Farmhouse Tiny Home View From Loft
The view from the second bedroom loft.

Not Your Typical Tiny House Porch

One of the things we love about this tiny house is the cool way this home not only offers a good size indoor living space, but it also includes a porch. But there is also another cool feature, the patio door folds up which opens the entire home up to the outdoors which is perfect if you are entertaining.

Tiny House Porch With Retractable Screens
The entire space opens up.

The tiny home movement isn’t for everyone. But, with designs like this its tempting give it a try. Whether just as a vacation spot or as your forever home, looks like tiny homes are here to stay!

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