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160 Sq. Foot Home Comfortably Fits Family Of 3 Adults. Their Layout Is The Epitome Of Efficiency

November 1st, 2017

“An adventure in living simply.” This is the motto of the Hall family’s blog ‘Tiny Hall House,’ and they are certainly living out those words to the fullest. The family of three lives in just 160-sq-ft of space.

Living in Massachusetts, the Hall family decided to downsize — big time. Mom, dad, and their 18-year-old son chose to live the tiny home lifestyle and move into just 160-square-feet of space; an amount of space that’s smaller than many people’s bedrooms.

The home itself is the epitome of simplicity and the Hall’s seem to have perfected tiny home living. So, how does the family of three pull it off? Let’s take a tour. Oh, and did we mention that they also have a dog?

The Hall family’s tiny home might be small — but it’s big in detail.

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Tiny Hall House Source: Tiny Hall House

Simple, yet beautiful landscaping really turn this tiny house into a family home. The added detail of the front door’s curtain adds a classy element.

Even the doorknobs on this small, gorgeous home are well thought out.

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Tiny Hall House Source: Tiny Hall House

Their main living space, also known as the “big room” in most tiny homes, is perfectly well-suited for three people and their pup.

Using built-in storage really minimizes clutter and the tall ceilings make the room feel large and open. They added a ceiling fan to keep the room cool and to add airflow. This view is seen from their loft which will be seen in greater detail below.

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Tiny Hall House Source: Tiny Hall House

Another view of the living area below shows all of the natural light that is let in by the windows.

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Tiny Hall House Source: Tiny Hall House

As another space saver, the TV stand also doubles as a desk and workspace.

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Tiny Hall House Source: Tiny Hall House

Looking back into their small, but functional, kitchen you can also see the loft bed above. The mattress is held into place by brass foot-rails found at a local pub.

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Tiny Hall House Source: Tiny Hall House

The narrow stairs leading up to the loft are also the Hall’s pantry.

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Tiny Hall House Source: Tiny Hall House

The loft is 8-feet-wide, leaving plenty of space to spread out and get comfortable for a good night’s sleep.

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Tiny Hall House Source: Tiny Hall House

Their bathroom might be small, but it has everything you’d need. They added hooks on the wall for towel storage.

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Tiny Hall House Source: Tiny Hall House

More storage surrounds the mirror above the toilet. Every single nook and cranny in this tiny space has been planned.

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Tiny Hall House Source: Tiny Hall House

Another view from the outside shows just how tiny the home really is. And it’s mobile!

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Tiny Hall House Source: Tiny Hall House

The Hall’s often get asked questions about their unique living situation. Here are some answers to some of the most common questions they receive.

Q. Where does everyone sleep?

A. Their son sleeps on the couch in the living room, it’s the same size as a twin-size bed, just longer. The couple sleeps upstairs in the loft.

Q. What are the dimensions of the house?

A. The house is 8ft x 20 ft and is 13.5′ tall.

Q. How long did it take to build?

A. The Hall’s started building in May 2014 and were finished by November 2014.

Q. How much did it cost?

A. The cost was somewhere in the $25-30K range.

The Hall family goes to show that living tiny doesn’t mean you have to give up the luxuries you’d want in a home. In just 160-square-feet, they are enjoying their adventure of living simply.

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Tiny Hall House Source: Tiny Hall House

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