Check Out a Missouri Tiny House that Has a Hidden Bathtub
I'm probably delusional, but I'd love to have a tiny house someday. If that's also something on your daydream list, you should check out this Missouri tiny house that even includes a clever way to hide a bathtub.
This is an urban tiny house dwelling that is located in St. Louis. This place is barely bigger than a bathtub, but manages to hide one.
The multi-colored board ceiling almost reminds me of a fancy cutting board (and I mean that in a good way). Also an interesting way to incorporate a small ceiling fan.
The loft area with the bed also has windows that almost have a stained-glass feel. Love that mini-chandelier, too.
The bathtub is hidden beneath this wooden grail.
This home was shared a few years ago, but the features are so unique I felt like it was worth exploring.
If you think this type of tiny home is something you'd like to consider, it's worth reading an article by Inman that helps you figure out if tiny house living really is right for you. It's harder than you might think to live in a home with only 500 square feet of living space no matter how minimalistic you think you are (or can be).