Top Ideas For Kids In Tiny Houses

One of the most frequent questions we get asked is, ‘what happens if people want to start a family in a ?’ In this weeks episode, we take a look at some family tiny houses and the clever ways that people have made their homes child friendly.

For some, the idea of may sound impossible, but with some good, thoughtful design it really is possible for children to thrive in tiny homes! Let’s explore take some of the wonderful ways that people have created amazing spaces for children in their tiny homes.

Here, we explore some ingenious spatial design which has allowed families with up to three children to happily inhabit a small space together. We explore and sleeping loft designs, as well as some of the fun features that have been added to homes to make them more fun and playful for children.

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Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Camera: Rasa Pescud & Bryce Langston
Editing: Rasa Pescud

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  1. If you’d love to live in a tiny house with children but are afraid of how you might be able to make it work, then this video is for you! It’s wonderful to look at all the ways people have created amazing spaces for kids inside their tiny homes. You can find links to the full video tours of each of these homes in the video description. Enjoy! Love Bryce & Rasa

  2. Have we noticed just how beautiful these people are that live in tiny houses? It’s as though living a more simple life physically transforms them. Not to mention the radiant smiles of the children. That alone should be enough of a reason to consider this type of living.

  3. What is worse than living in a tiny house with children. How about 1 living in a house you can not afford and working so much your kids are strangers, 2 living in a place that you can afford with a modest income that keeps you surrounded by drug dealers and other rotten influences for your kids, 3 living in a situation where a landlord can jump your rent or evict you at a moments notice, owning a home that the local government can raise your tax so high you are forced to leave with no prospects for finding another place with work that is affordable. People are going tiny and mobile because they are tired of being double fucked by banks and government.

  4. I live in Hong Kong land of micro-apartments and where TINY is the norm. Still, the first time I saw a 3-level bunk bed, I thought it was the coolest thing.

    One of these days though, I would love to see a video where families encountered a problem and then found ways to solve it. Let’s face it folks, with every transition will come a host of unforeseen issues… But I’d like to think that “tiny living” is more than just planning and “future-proofing”. I think it’s also about being FREE to think OUT of the box, even though (technically) you are living IN one.

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