The tiny house industry is embracing new space-spacing options and diversifying living space to the outdoor. Here are the best trends to catch this year.
2023 was the year of single-floor tiny houses due to the demand for dwellings that remove the hassle of stairs and pesky ladders. The trend is expected to continue in 2024.
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Another tiny house trend is the preference leaning toward the park models measuring slightly higher than mobile houses. They are versatile spaces for growing families.
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As park models gained favor among tiny house lovers, the addition of outdoor living spaces such as outdoor decks, rooftops, porches, and balconies also established themselves as prerequisites.
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Modular and multifunctional furniture are very useful for tiny houses. Explore the genre of underfloor storage, wall-mounted shelving, hidden compartments and retractable furniture to maximize space.
Post the pandemic there has been an increased demand for mobile housing with off-grid solutions. Builders are now shipping models pre-fitted with renewable energy systems.
Sustainable building materials have seen a rising demand from the industry. In 2024, bamboo, reclaimed wood, recycled metal, and eco-friendly paints will gain traction.
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