There’s more than one great reason to consider a tiny home, whether for living minimally, reducing energy use or saving money. Now, Australian company Ubertinyhomes is making tiny homes even more accessible by selling DIY plans for its Patara Tiny Home for just $250 AUD (about $190). The plans, which were designed by Samuel Commerford, come in both metric and imperial measurements to make construction even simpler. But the most impressive part of these building plans is just how many luxurious elements and storage can fit in this tiny home.
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Featuring space for a full-sized fridge, oven and cooktop, the kitchen has everything you need to prepare a meal. For even more convenience, there’s room for a washing machine in the bathroom as well. Speaking of the bathroom, it is one of the most spacious and luxurious available with a full-sized soaking tub and even a double sink (a rare feature in tiny homes). Users can choose from a fully flushing, waterless or composting toilet depending on their needs.
Another unique aspect to the Patara Tiny Home is the lounge, which has more than enough room for entertaining and features a cozy window nook for reading or relaxing. The stairs, which lead up to two separate sleeping lofts with standing room, double as a fully functional cupboard providing plenty of storage. The main loft also has a large cupboard space for things like clothes and linens.
The package includes detailed floor plans for both ground and loft levels, exterior elevations with window locations, and interior elevations that detail cabinetry, lofts, bathrooms and stairs. The electrical plans offer recommended light switch and light locations; customers also receive information on where to place the main switchboard gas regulator and air conditioning. Of course, the DIY plans wouldn’t be complete without a list of materials. The Patara Tiny Home, which measures 9.6 meters long, 3 meters wide and 3.75 meters tall, is designed to sit on a trailer for easy transportation and can hook up to amenities on different sites.
Via Tiny House Talk
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