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Man’s home is so packed with helpful designs that home tour gets over 2M views
I love how he still made a point to "spoil" her during the designing process. He thought of the whole family.
Sheehan Diapues
05.18.23

Preparing a future with your partner is exciting, yet also frustrating. You need to consider almost everything to meet your needs.

The ticker? Meeting all of your needs.

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Keeping the actual house as close to the one you imagined is not always easy or even “doable”.

That’s why this family thinks ahead.

A family in Edmond, Oklahoma, made sure that they can adapt to their growing family life while keeping the house tidy and liveable.

What inspired Kasey and Jeremy to make and build their own tiny house is the notion to stay out of debt and freedom mostly.

Kasey also added that she loved tiny houses so they made one.

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They had a year to go with all the designs and considerations, and Jeremy did this DIY since he has experience in carpentry.

When they finally got married, they changed the design again as they were planning on having one child.

The deck has a beautiful view of the trees, with a sandbox to the side for the kid to play. The colors contrast with each other and make a huge difference when viewed from afar.

In other words, they made it pop.

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Wait til you see the inside.

Starting off with the kitchen and dining area. They used timber to highlight the room and the white walls make it spacious.

Some of the woods used were reclaimed and repurposed. The kitchen is raised about a foot from the rest of the floor so the countertop acts like a bar.

The space on the kitchen floor was conveniently made with a set of train-like drawers.

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Talk about extra storage.

The dining space has a foldable table and an almost-vanishing bench. They wanted the table to be set aside when not in use to get the extra space.

The living area was also carefully thought upon. The couple considered a fireplace but they did not push it through as it would get hotter.

So they opted for a convertible couch that unfolds into a bed that fits the three of them.

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Timbers add more character to the home.

Another set of salvaged timbers was used for the beams on their loft, as well as the sidings.

The bathroom is just set to the other end. It has a sliding door, and the shower is conveniently placed just at the edge where the trailer’s tongue is.

The sink design is made out of reclaimed wood.

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Last but not least, the sleeping loft.

The split-loft design is also convenient for them as they were planning to have a kid when they created the house.

The baby bed was a closet before it came to be.

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The crib slides to the main bed.

That way, Kasey can easily grab their child whenever she needs to.

They placed a safety net in the opening, as well as a sliding cover for the stairs so their baby won’t accidentally fall off.

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When asked if living in a tiny house met their expectations, Jeremy said everything except for hosting a huge group of people.

Though it was not a real issue to them as they could still host a few people inside.

It’s not built for big parties.

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But it’s definitely built to call “home”.

The opportunity to properly design a home to their liking has been great for this family.

See how Jeremy planned out every little detail of their functional tiny home in the video below!

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By Sheehan Diapues
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Sheehan Diapues is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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