6 perfect tiny home floor plans that feature French doors

If you're looking for an easy way to bring some casual elegance into your home, you should consider a floor plan that includes French doors! The classic design is a great addition to any room of the house.
French doors let in plenty of natural light and can make any room feel more spacious, so they're especially well-suited to a tiny home. Take a peek through the plans below, and be sure to let us know which is your favorite!
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1. Country home over three car garage from ePlans.
This country design from ePlans measures 659 square feet (61 square meters), and is located over a triple garage with plenty of storage space. The staircase leads up from the garage right into the center of the home. The master suite is off to the right, and it includes a sizable closet and a bathroom with a tub. In the main living area, the great room takes advantage of the large windows at the front of the home. The L-shaped kitchen is tucked away next to the stairs, and the dining room is off to the left. Double French doors in the dining room can be opened to let in fresh air.
2. Charming Northwest-style cabin from Houseplans.
Measuring 840 square feet (78 square meters), this adorable Northwest-style cabin from Houseplans features a large wall of windows that flood the great room with natural light. An exterior staircase leads up to a small deck, and double French doors open up into the home's main living space. The great room features vaulted ceilings and a lovely spiral staircase that leads up to a loft. A U-shaped kitchen and a bathroom with a large storage closet are located under the loft.
3. Tiny one bedroom cottage from Architectural Designs.
This charming tiny home from Architectural Designs measures 395 square feet (37 square meters) and is just the right size for a single person or a couple. The main living area has a kitchen set up along the right-hand wall, and the entire space features vaulted ceilings. Towards the rear of the home, a bathroom with a tub can be accessed through either the kitchen or the bedroom. Highlights of the bedroom include a walk-in closet and double French doors that lead out to the backyard.
4. Cozy cottage with ample porch space from ePlans.
Coming in at 808 square feet (75 square meters), this cozy cottage from ePlans is entered through a French door under the covered front porch. The entryway includes a coat closet, and from here a small hallway leads to a bedroom with a walk-in closet and a bathroom with a tub. The open concept kitchen and living room are found on the left-hand side of the home, and a large stone wrapped fireplace is the centerpiece of the room. A second covered porch can be accessed from the kitchen.
5. Craftsman carriage home from Floorplans.
Located over a three car garage, this design from Floorplans comes in at 755 square feet (70 square meters). An indoor staircase leads from the garage up into the open concept living and dining room. The tiny but efficient kitchen is located right next to the living room, and double French doors open from this room onto a small deck outside. The home's one bedroom and bathroom are found on the right-hand side of the home.
6. Cozy two bedroom cottage from ePlans.
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This two bedroom home from ePlans measures 960 square feet (89 square meters), and has a patio out back in addition to the front deck. The front French door opens into a small foyer, which features a convenient coat closet. Off to the left, the kitchen includes a large island with a stove top and an eating bar. There's room for additional seating in the dining room, and the living room boasts a fireplace and several large windows that look out over the patio. Two bedrooms and a bathroom with a tub are found on the right-hand side of the home.
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