Tiny houses used to be something that were only entertained by a niche audience of DIYers looking for ways to simplify their lives. These days however, tiny homes have hit the mainstream, and projects like Jay Nelson’s Hawaiian shoebox dwelling show exactly why.
With the years of trials and tribulations within the world of tiny home construction, comes perfection. Developers of tiny homes have really dialed in the details, and have now got this thing down to a science. Artist Jay Nelson recently finished his project, a 200 square foot home built in beautiful Haena, Kauai. While it may only be a couple hundred square feet, Jay did a great job using the available space. The home’s main living area is located on the ground level, while a staircase running alongside the walls leads to the secluded sleeping area. A large skylight and circular window in the bedroom provide plenty of natural light, and a wraparound porch outside the property provides the perfect space for entertaining with family and friends – something that Jay does regularly as can be seen from the photo.
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