6 Tiny House-Inspired Tips to Upgrade Your Life

If you’ve been looking for ways to upgrade your living situation, look no further. These tiny house-inspired tips are great ways to revamp your home—and your lifestyle.

Tiny houses have been trending, partially because up-and-coming generations are placing more emphasis on sustainability and saving money. The most popular tiny houses are designed to foster minimalist (yet meaningful) life experiences. Read on for tiny house ideas to make your home feel like a more valuable space. 

Minimalist Decor and Aesthetics

Take inspiration from the aesthetics of tiny houses to make your home feel simple and cozy. Some styles many tiny houses have in common are:

  1. Modular furniture: Modular furniture is multipurpose and easily rearranged, which is perfect when you want to change up your space. 
  2. Reading nook: A reading nook is a space that makes the area feel cozy and productive. Tiny houses are famous for combining a luxurious yet rustic look that allows for ultimate comfort. 
  3. Simple color scheme: It’s best to keep the colors simple. A neutral or black and white color scheme applies minimalist principles to make a space easier to decorate; it also helps the space feel cleaner. Cleanliness and minimalism can both help with being mindful
  4. Clutter-free space: A tidy space helps put the mind at ease. To make your home a restful place, declutter and donate items that don’t bring you joy. 

Eco-friendly and Sustainable Practices

Tiny houses also focus on being sustainably designed and eco-friendly. Read on for some ideas on how to make your home more sustainable.

  1. Rainwater collection: Collecting rainwater is a great way to make your home more sustainable and cut back on water consumption. You only need a couple bins! 
  2. Green roof: A green roof is a waterproof system covered with a layer of vegetation on the roof. The vegetation helps cool the house and filters the air. 
  3. Solar panels: You could also try adding some solar panels for energy-efficient roofing. If you’re interested in making your house more sustainable, try consulting with a solar panel company. 

For more ideas, see the infographic by Angi below. Whether your home is tiny or not, these tips are great for giving your home a cozy and sustainable upgrade! 

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