The sun room and deck in the middle is a clever idea, extending the useable space between the two buildings, and connecting them spatially. It’s too bad that it’s not screened off, though — depending on the location, bugs and cold weather may limit its use year-round. But it’s nevertheless a plausible solution to the “too-tiny” problem.
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Meanwhile, on the other side, the kids have a sleeping loft upstairs in the other tiny house (not pictured, unfortunately). This secondary tiny structure is where the family has their sitting room as well, in addition to the kids’ playroom.