Tiny homes offer both organizational and decorating challenges. In today’s guest post we’re going to talk about ways to add warmth to small living spaces. Using color and/or pattern, let’s see what we can do to inspire your tiny home dreams.
White walls work well in tiny houses, but when it’s time for a change, one colorful painted wall can wake up and bring a sense of joy to a small interior space. I also love the sunny yellow storage cubes.
This freight container turned home gives us a myriad of ideas for using color and pattern indoors and out. Tiny homes of any sort can benefit from colorful area rugs, furniture covers and throw pillows.
For those who love small wall art, this grid idea would be perfect for a tiny house wall. Clips on the wood stripes mean changing out artwork would be a snap. I love this clever and creative idea.
Adding color and pattern to a tiny bedroom without taking up valuable floor space is an enormous challenge. A tufted DIY headboard adapted from this attic design to fit your bed might just be a beautiful and practical solution.
This little corner vignette offers several ideas for warming up a tiny house with color and pattern. Upholstered chair, miniscule footstool, painted wooden chair, toss pillows, lamp shade, wall, fresh flowers—any one, or all, of these could add glorious color to a small space.
Tiny homes don’t offer a lot of space for house plants, but this clever idea just might work. It’s a living sculpture!
Here, kitchen cabinets, table decorations and area rugs add warmth and color. Even the loft sleeping area gets a touch of orange with a cozy throw.
What a great outdoor living space for a tiny home! Here the sky’s the limit for color, pattern and warmth. Add a weatherproof box in which to stash pillows and throws and precious indoor storage can be preserved. Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8