Lina Menard owns the “Lucky Penny,” one of the tiny homes parked at Simply Home Community in Portland, Oregon.
Lina’s home is a great example of how some creative design ideas can create the feeling of spaciousness and height, despite a small footprint of only 100.3 sq ft and the lack of a sleeping loft.
The interior space of Lina’s home is well-lit and feels open, thanks to a ceiling that is not interrupted by a sleeping loft. Light streams in from an 8-foot long skylight above, and from the large, beautiful windows to the rear and sides of the home, adding an elegance to the space. Storage is found in the lovely, stepped chest of Japanese drawers, called a tansu, in addition to the overhead cabinets.
Enjoy the photos of Lina’s beautiful tiny house.