Tiny House Features $500 DIY Elevator Bed Built with Free Plans



The ethos of doing-it-yourself in a resourceful, space-saving way is at the root of the tiny house movement. That said, one of the most amazing things about the tiny house world is observing the immense creative variety within the constraints of these small spaces, all attempting to answer the perennial question, “How can one make the most of a couple hundred square feet?”

These space-maximizing strategies are relevant to many of us, so it’s always enjoyable to come across new ideas, such as the ones implemented in this elegant small dwelling by Alaskan self-taught carpenter, blogger, mom and free-DIY-plans extraordinaire Ana White. Together with her husband Jacob, Ana created a surprisingly spacious 24-foot-long tiny house for a client that is jam-packed with clever, transforming furniture ideas and an affordable DIY “elevator bed”.

2 Responses to Tiny House Features $500 DIY Elevator Bed Built with Free Plans

  1. Anonymous says:

    Any ideas where I can get the same storage lift they use?

    • Evan Kahn says:

      Hello, if you clink the link to the original article on Treehugger’s website (bottom of our post) you can scroll all the way to the bottom and click a link to the designers website, there are links for the elevator bed and more info.

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