6 well-thought tiny homes with three bedrooms

It's entirely possible for a family to live in a tiny home that has only two bedrooms (or even one!), but sometimes it's nice to have a bit more privacy. There will probably be far less conflict if everyone has their own space, especially in families with older children!
Building a tiny home with three bedrooms might sound like a pipe dream, but it's actually completely possible if you have the right floor plan. Check out these great options, and get started down the path to eliminating sibling squabbles!
Advertisement
1. 3 bedroom 2 bathroom wonder from Floor Plans
This design from Floor Plans measures 998 square feet (93 square meters), but it has many features typically found only in larger homes. The columned front porch leads to an open concept living room, dining room, and kitchen with a large island. The two bedrooms on the left side of the house share a bathroom, while the master bedroom on the right has its own bathroom as well as a walk-in closet.
2. Cottage with breakfast nook from House Plans
At 843 square feet (78 square meters), this home from House Plans has two bedrooms upstairs as well as one on the first floor. The second floor is home to a full bathroom, while a half bathroom can be found downstairs between the great room and the kitchen. A breakfast nook with built-in booth seating is found right across the hall from the kitchen, and a fireplace in the great room keeps the whole house cozy.
3. Single-story home with open concept living and dining area from Family Home Plans
Measuring only 660 square feet (61 square meters), this floor plan from Family Home Plans leaves no wasted space. The front of the home is taken up with an open concept living room, dining room, and kitchen. When you walk out of the kitchen and down the hallway, you'll find a bathroom as well as three bedrooms that are all exactly the same size!
4. Two-story Northwest house plan from Architectural Designs
This Northwest floor plan from Architectural Designs comes in at 943 square feet (88 square meters). Enter the home through the tiny foyer with a closet, and you'll find an open concept living room and eat-in kitchen. The first floor is home to a full bathroom with a tub as well as a master bedroom with access to an outdoor deck. Upstairs you will find two spacious bedrooms with plenty of room for a desk, as well as another full bathroom with a tub.
5. Contemporary open-plan cottage from ePlans
Measuring 950 square feet (888 square meters), this design from ePlans features an open concept living area with a fireplace and a corner kitchen. Plenty of windows fill the home with natural light, and the sliding glass doors in the living area open to a large deck. The master bedroom overlooks the same view as the deck, and all three bedrooms share a bathroom with a tub. The laundry room is located right off the entrance of the home, and it can double as a handy mudoom.
6. Traditional two-story house from Family Home Plans
Advertisement
This cute little house from Family Home Plans comes in at 910 square feet (85 square meters). The entire first floor is taken up with the shared living space: a kitchen, dining room, living room, and half bathroom. A box window illuminates the living room, and a handy storage space can be found under the stairs. A full bathroom is located on the second floor, as well as all three bedrooms.
Resources

If you want to downsize your life, a tiny cottage is one of the best ways to go! It doesn't matter if you prefer the beach, the forest, or the country - cottages look equally at home in all of them.
October 21   ·  
Advertisement
For some people, living in a tiny home means giving up on having friends and family over to visit. However, this doesn't have to be the case! If you plan it out well, it's perfectly possible to have plenty of space for entertaining in your tiny home.
October 18   ·  
No matter how much you like the idea of tiny living, it's no fun living in a home that makes you feel claustrophobic! Check out these floor plans for homes with vaulted ceilings - they might look tiny from the outside, but inside they seem huge!
October 16   ·  
The bathroom is usually the smallest room in the house, and fair enough! However, just because the room is tiny doesn't mean it has to be cramped. As these pieces show, the right furniture can make even the smallest bathroom feel spacious!
October 15   ·  
Two lofts, plenty of windows, and a storage staircase that rolls out of the way or to get someone to either of the two lofts. This home is packed with one-of-a-kind novelties.
October 21   ·  
A vacation rental in British Columbia surrounded by greenery.
October 16   ·