The freedom of a tiny-house means that many corners of the world which would usually be inaccessible now become options for holidays, short-stays, or long-term living. Each unique location must be planned for accordingly, considering factors such as climate, land availability and council approval.
Going off-grid can be incredibly rewarding, but certain factors such as the type of power source and having an adequate water supply for your needs must be considered. Planning ahead will make sure you can get the most out of your tiny home.
03. Length of Stay
Will this be a holiday home for short weekend stays, a longer getaway, or a complete lifestyle change? This will play a factor in how much space you’ll need, and what fittings you will require in your tiny home.
Are you flying solo, coupled up, or in a family of 3 or more? Planning for the amount of people expected during a typical stay will make sure everyone’s needs will be accommodated without compromising on quality and comfort. Extras, such as an outdoor deck, can also be added if you intend to host visitors!
Whether you want your tiny home to be a temporary retreat into nature or a more permanent solution that allows for work and adventure, the internal fittings and the amount of space can be adjusted accordingly.
Our team at Made By Bare combines their engineering, urban planning, and technical building expertise to navigate you through these top 5 considerations, and any other questions you may have before you begin your tiny house journey.