There are numerous tiny house designs. However, the are also many tiny house designs that looks so cramped, making us really feel alive in small limited box. This is not the case with Lead’s house plan & designs. Built on a 4 m x 5.6 m plot of land, or 214 square feet. This tiny house has a charming exterior like a house in general. An interior that comfortably supports the lives of its residents.  More details, here is Lively Tiny House Design 4 m x 5.6 m (214 sq ft).

Simple front view

Lead’s house plan & designs



The house’s facade design takes a traditional style. Front elevation with a main door on the side, glass windows, and terrace with solid terrace. This elevation front will look like a simple house in general, making you not feel like you live in a tiny and cramped tiny house.

Finishing color option

Other colors can be used to complete the look of the house in addition to white. Consider the color pink. The pink hue will exude a lovely soft and sweet vibe. Good for those of you who want a warm place to live.

Floor plan refence

Let’s see the floor plan and spatial planning of this house! You’ll get a front porch, a living and kitchen area with a size of 4.00 m by 2.3 m, bedroom with a size of 2.9 m by 2.6 m, bathroom with a size of 1.1 m by 2.2 mm and laundry area with a size of 1.1 m by 0.5 m.

Living room design

Lead’s house plan & designs



You’ll get a living area with a size of 2.9 m by 2.3 m. Here, you can place a couch. Make the center wall more functional as a TV backdrop. You can place a console table for the TV and attach shelves to put books and audio sets here. From here, you can see that the interior design quite-spacious, not as small as imagined.

Kitchen area with large windows

This is the kitchen layout in this tiny house. Using minimalist and space-saving kitchen furniture. Accents of brown and black create a contemporary look here. Installing windows will make this small space appear brighter and larger that it really is.

Bedroom design

This tiny house only has one bedroom. With an elevated bed feature, you’ll get an additional living space here. You can use the lower bunk as a workstation or dressing table. In addition to a minimalist staircase, there is an open cabinet feature that can be used as a shoe rack, bag rack, and other things.

Elevated bed feature

The upper bunk is definitely a bed. Make sure to use a strong bunk bed or elevated bed frame. So, you can store a thick mattress there. This elevated bed is kept secure with railings that double as nightstands too.


Bathroom design

Lead’s house plan & designs


This small bathroom uses white to create the illusion of space and light. It is a good idea to install windows that will keep the room from being stuffy and too humid. Use the blank wall to install wall-mounted like a sink, towel rack, or even toiletries rack.