Tiny House Loft w/SheepskinContemporary Bedroom, San Francisco

Alek Lisefski / tiny-project.com

Photo of a contemporary bedroom in San Francisco with white walls, light hardwood floors and no fireplace. —  Houzz
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Melissa Cowan added this to How to Style Your Tiny House5 Oct 2016

Add warmthMake your tiny house suitable for the cooler seasons by adding warm elements like a faux fur rug, thick woollen throws and plush pillows. Keep seasonally appropriate clothing within easy reach, and store away non-suitable clothes in a cupboard. You could also use some other clever storage feature, such as storage stairs, underfloor compartments or boxes that double as seating, if you don’t have room for a cupboard. TELL USDo you have a tiny house or a plan to build one? Tell us about it in the Comments.MOREBrowse more stories about styling and decorating

Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Push it Up: Ways to Visually Lift a Low Ceiling7 Mar 2016

This bedroom makes no effort to battle the low ceiling and celebrates its cosiness instead. The wraparound wood and touch-me textural accents, such as the sheepskin rug, make the room all about coddling you like a cabin in a winter retreat. As they say, when you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. Just do it in style.TELL USHow have you worked with a low ceiling in your home? Share your experiences and tips in the Comments section. MORE14 Ceiling Treatments That Will Make You Want to Look UpBlack Ceiling: 11 Reasons Why You Should Give It a GoHigh and Mighty: Sophisticated Ceiling Ideas

Joanna Tovia added this to USA Houzz: A Tiny California House on Wheels Makes Room for Yoga8 Aug 2014

A bedroom features shelves and a narrow space for hanging clothes. “We don’t store everything we have in here,” says Lisefski. “We do have offsite storage for out-of-season clothes and camping gear.”

Joanna Tovia added this to Tried-And-True Tips and Tricks for Tiny Homes Across the Globe7 Aug 2014

Size: 22 square metresWho lives here: Alek Lisefski, a web designer, and Anjali KrystofiakLocation: Sebastopol, California, USThe desire to not pay high rent drove this couple to create a life in a 2.4m x 6m flatbed trailer. Ten windows, mostly facing south, help combat claustrophobia, while being organised helps with efficiency.See more of this home

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M E D added this to Details8 Oct 2019

Larger loft w hanging closet, shelves, more headroom

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