Tiny House Furniture

Are you planning to build or move into a small space? If you are, Resource Furniture may be the perfect solution for fulfilling your furniture needs! Resource Furniture is an Italian company which has a special range of home products created specifically for use in small or confined spaces.

 

The company hosts a variety of products, from wall-beds to cabinets and multifunctional storage solutions. The furniture is not only practical and clever, but also modern and elegant. People often have a preconception that multi-functional furniture is clunky and heavy to manoeuvre, which is definitely not the case with these  engineered pieces – the furniture completes transitions from one form to another in a smooth, effortless manner.

Small Space Furniture

 

Small Space Furniture

Small Space Furniture

Small Space Furniture

 

Small Space Furniture

Small Space Furniture

Small Space Furniture

Small Space Furniture

Niall Burke

Structural engineer by day, tiny house designer by night. Niall has a keen interest in small spaces, green design, and sustainability. He started developing Humble Homes while studying for his masters degree in engineering. He is the founder and managing editor of Humble Homes.

4 Comments
  1. i have an 8×32 sheep sheed built in 1950 its galvanizeded steel exterior . i need ifeas for the tiny bathroom so that I can make a shower fit .the floor has to be removed when pulling it and so I need to figure a way to make it also usable for a shower floor any suggestions

  2. I design small spaces and bathrooms are always a challenge. The space is best when it forms at least two sides of an exterior wall or is set as a enclosed space off which you can hang other areas. The space you have in your sheep shed is plenty for a full size shower, toilet and hand wash basin. Consider a short projection toilet or remote locating the cistern to reduce this to a sensible size. put all the pipe runs and drainage on the same side to be more efficient with your plumbing. If you have a wall that can be shared with a kitchen area even better as the one wall can run the utilities for both bathroom and kitchen. My best advice is to go with a wet room floor across the whole area and make this surface flush with the rest of your flooring. Either use a big shower tray or have one built. I prefer these solutions over the tanking options unless you especially want to use tiles on the floor/walls etc.

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