Tiny houses are an amazing way for anyone to be able to built their own luxurious dream house on a budget. But with smaller space comes other obstacles.
In a tiny house, your bedroom might not just be where you sleep- it may also be the main place for you to relax and it may also serve as your living room. For some creative and inspirational ways others have solved this problem, check out my list below.
- Cozy Tiny House Bedroom with Large Windows
- Couch with Pull-Out Bed in Tiny Home
- Simple Tiny House Bedroom with Floor Mattress
- Wood Cabin-Style Loft Bedroom
- Tiny Bedroom with Big Windows and Natural Views
- Enclosed Bedroom Loft in Tiny House
- Cheery and Comfortable Bedroom in Tiny House
- Small and Rustic Tiny House Loft Bedroom
- Log Cabin Bedroom with Slanted Ceilings
- Cozy Bed and Couch Combo
- Pull-Out Couch in Contemporary Minimalist Tiny House
- Tiny Bedroom with Large Window
- Loft Bedroom over Tiny House Kitchen
- Classic and Contemporary Tiny House Bedroom
- Secluded Tiny Bedroom with Wooden Panel Walls
- Warm and Rustic Tiny House Bedroom
- Cozy Camper Van with Natural View
- Bright and Luxurious Loft Bedroom with Skylight
- Lower Level Bedroom in Loft Tiny House
- Large Triangle Windows In Tiny House Bedroom
- Statement Window in Moody Bedroom
- Cozy and Casual Shiplap Loft Bedroom
- Bright and Open Contemporary Tiny House Loft
- Classic Country-Inspired Loft Bedroom
- Tiny House Bedroom Near Front Door
25+ Tiny House Bedroom Ideas
1. Cozy Tiny House Bedroom with Large Windows
Imagine waking up every morning to a panoramic view like this! If having a tiny house means you'll have very little space, embrace it by opening up your bedroom with big windows, letting the light in, and helping you feel more at one with nature.
Large bedroom windows are also a must if you plan on traveling to new and exciting locations- just be sure that you have some blackout blinds for those lazy days when you want to sleep in!
2. Couch with Pull-Out Bed in Tiny Home
If you're short on space, you might decide to get rid of your bedroom altogether and marry it with your living room. In this tiny house example, the living room doubles as a bedroom by concealing a pull-out couch.
To make this work, you'll want to plan your storage accordingly to make the most of your space. Include a bookshelf that doubles as a bedside table, or drawers underneath to store clothing, like in this example!
3. Simple Tiny House Bedroom with Floor Mattress
This is a simple and elegant solution for the tiny house owner who prefers a more minimalist approach. This floor mattress sits in a lovely area set apart to double as a couch and bed!
No need for extra furniture pieces, since the wall separating the kitchen area from the bedroom cleverly includes storage space as well! To top it all off, the room is surrounded by large windows to let in the natural light, so you don't have to do anything but kick back with a good book and enjoy the gorgeous scenery!
4. Wood Cabin-Style Loft Bedroom
Depending on the overall shape of your tiny house, a loft bedroom may be the perfect solution to your space-saving endeavor. Check out this gorgeous loft bedroom, with log cabin-style panels to give the room a warm and cozy feel.
Simple lamps and nightstands are all you need to make this room feel complete, and the room can be accessed from a ladder! It's the best way to save space down on your first floor and keep the space feeling open with high ceilings.
5. Tiny Bedroom with Big Windows and Natural Views
If you want to go for an even smaller bedroom, have the bed take up the entire space and place it right up next to the windows. nothing says cozy like a bedroom made entirely of pillows, blankets and large windows to let in the light. Simply keep a shelf nearby for your essentials and you're ready to snuggle up in your own private getaway without taking up too much precious space in your home.
6. Enclosed Bedroom Loft in Tiny House
If you prefer a bit more privacy n your loft bedroom and don't want to feel like your bed is on display (or, even more important for families, a safety concern), then consider building a wall over your loft to enclose it into its own space.
This example shows how you can do this without completely blocking it off since the opening near the head of the bed allows for airflow and light. Painting the underside of the loft white along with the rest of the walls helps it blend into the higher ceilings on the other side of the house, making the whole space feel bigger!
7. Cheery and Comfortable Bedroom in Tiny House
This adorable little bedroom (granted it's in a trailer!) just screams warm and cozy! When space is truly at a premium, embrace your tiny house and fill the bedroom area from end to end with soft furnishings to make the area feel as cozy as possible.
I love that in this example the bedroom acts not only as a bed but as a couch and sits just under a series of windows which helps the space feel more open and less cramped.
8. Small and Rustic Tiny House Loft Bedroom
While sometimes it's nice to have big open spaces and high ceilings, it can be just as nice to curl up in bed in a small little hideaway like this loft bedroom. Keeping the ceiling low and the mattress on the floor means more space is saved elsewhere in the house, and it gives the room a simple, minimalist feel that can be super relaxing. If you don't plan on doing anything but sleep in your bedroom, consider using your space elsewhere in your home.
9. Log Cabin Bedroom with Slanted Ceilings
This cozy log cabin hideaway feels like a vacation retreat right inside your house! By positioning the bed on the shorter end of the wall, the room design does two things.
First, it helps the room feel cozier since the lowest part of the ceiling is right by your head, and second, it gives the bedroom the illusion of feeling bigger, since the higher parts of the ceiling will stretch out in front of you while you're laying in bed. This room also sits next to large windows overlooking a balcony, opening up the space even more!
10. Cozy Bed and Couch Combo
When planning on doubling up your bed as a sofa, there are a few things you'll want to consider, and this adorable tiny bedroom is a perfect example. When you're not using your bed, pile up all the pillows at the back wall so that you can sit sideways and relax during the day!
Also, by having a row of cabinets wrap around the bed, it zones off that space as a designated bedroom area and frames the bed like a picture. I also love the use of whites, creams, and beiges to keep the bed looking clean and simple.
11. Pull-Out Couch in Contemporary Minimalist Tiny House
Pull-out couches can be the difference between kicking back or cramping up when you're considering how to furnish a tiny house. For some, a full bedroom just isn't a necessity, and a comfortable pull-out couch is more than enough.
I love the clean and sleek design of this sofa and how it wraps around the living room space of this tiny house, closing it off from other areas and making it feel more private. It's also a great idea to put the couch near the show-stopping windows since you'll likely be spending most of your time there!
12. Tiny Bedroom with Large Window
I've already talked about how great large windows can be in a tiny house, and what a great feeling they can give you when you wake up with the sun to a beautiful natural view. Pull your bed up right next to it for the most impact and to feel as close as you can to the elements, especially if you live somewhere with great views or if you plan to travel.
No need to spend all day outdoors to enjoy the natural world around you if you have a great view of it anywhere you go!
13. Loft Bedroom over Tiny House Kitchen
This loft bedroom area is an excellent example of how to lay out your home to its best advantage. Loft bedrooms are a perfect way to save space and take advantage of the tall ceilings in tiny homes, but the way it's positioned directly over the kitchen is extra clever. By having the loft over the kitchen, with a ladder coming down to meet it, you've effectively zoned the kitchen area away from the living area without the use of any walls that can close off the space and make the house feel smaller.
14. Classic and Contemporary Tiny House Bedroom
This clean and simple farmhouse-style bedroom is the stuff tiny house dreams are made of! From the triangle shelving area above the perfectly proportioned window to the simple and clean colors, to the use of texture lines, everything about this bedroom feels warm, inviting, and peaceful. Large windows are a great way to open up a small space, but having the sharp black window frame against the white shiplap wall gives extra impact.
15. Secluded Tiny Bedroom with Wooden Panel Walls
If you're looking for a more private bedroom in your tiny house without having to rely on a loft or open-plan layouts, consider this classic and cozy bedroom with wooden siding. By walling off an area of your tiny house toward the back, you're cutting that area off from the rest of it.
You'll likely need to save space by making the room only just larger than your bed, but it will give you a secluded and private feeling, helping you drift off in your own small paradise.
16. Warm and Rustic Tiny House Bedroom
There's something about a log cabin interior that transports you to the quiet serenity of a mountain forest, wherever you actually happen to be. The warm tones of the wood make any bedroom feel relaxing and inviting and paired with soft neutrals like the creams and off-whites of the bedding set make for a peaceful experience.
This tiny house comes complete with a balcony – imagine waking up and stepping past those large windows to sit outside and enjoy the natural beauty around you!
17. Cozy Camper Van with Natural View
If you're really lacking space or if you just want to be as close as you can to a natural view, consider taking a few tips from this van and incorporating them into your tiny house. The soft wooden paneling completely surrounding the bed, pointing in the direction of the main window helps to stretch out the room, no matter how small it is. keeping your head next to the window means you can be woken up by the sun, but it also means you're granted a beautiful nighttime view no matter what!
18. Bright and Luxurious Loft Bedroom with Skylight
There's nothing like a skylight when you want a bright and cheery space! Sometimes small bedrooms can be dark and confining, so switch it up! Painting everything in the room white is the perfect way to brighten up space since the light coming in from the skylight will bounce all around the room.
It's a great idea to position the bed directly underneath it, so you get woken up with natural sunlight and fall asleep to the sound of rain on the room during those stormy nights.
19. Lower Level Bedroom in Loft Tiny House
Don't let anyone tell you that small bedrooms need to be boring! This lovely bedroom features a skylight directly above the bed and a beautiful brick feature wall to add visual interest to the space. It even looks like the designer has taken the traditional loft bedroom idea and given it a twist by having the bedroom on the first floor, with a ladder leading up above, rather than placing the bed up close to the ceiling!
20. Large Triangle Windows In Tiny House Bedroom
The best part about small bedrooms is the endless opportunities! Loft bedrooms in particular have one great thing going for them, and that's the feature wall, or rather, window. The unique triangular window panels feel fresh and new, but timeless as well.
I love that the bed is pushed up sideways against the window to really let you feel that you're up in the air. By getting creative and embracing the shapes and lines that make p your space, you can create something truly special.
21. Statement Window in Moody Bedroom
The thing about tiny homes is they're not that different from regular homes when you get down to it. But their size means you can add all the gorgeous, luxurious features you want for a fraction of the price. Take for instance this gorgeous cabin loft with a stunning circular window.
Keeping the mattress on the floor gives you more room to roam and makes the ceiling feel higher. The dark and moody atmosphere achieved by the rich dark wood walls makes this a room you'll never want to leave!
22. Cozy and Casual Shiplap Loft Bedroom
I'm loving the shiplap panel trend and the casual elegance that it adds to spaces like this loft bedroom. Your tiny house will feel classic and timeless when you embrace this effortlessly chic style that works with just about any design scheme. the sharp lines are softened by the rustic look and feel of the decor, and the unique lighting features like the string lights and lanterns hung from the ceiling make this room cozy and casual, perfect for a day in bed!
23. Bright and Open Contemporary Tiny House Loft
What a stunning take on a loft bedroom! Instead of a more substantial railing, three black metal circles make up a unique balcony barrier that keeps the space light and airy while making a stunning impact, especially against the pale wood features of the rest of the house.
24. Classic Country-Inspired Loft Bedroom
What a cozy and classic bedroom idea! Whitewashed shiplap boards, a vintage-style iron bed frame, and small wall sconces prove that simplicity can often be the best approach and that you don't have to go with the most expensive features, elements and finishes to create a home that's truly special and unique.
25. Tiny House Bedroom Near Front Door
To really give your tiny home some impact, position your bedroom right next to the front door or balcony! It may seem like an unconventional choice, but as with this example, the natural light pouring in from the windows and the natural scenery creates a peaceful atmosphere, perfect for a bedroom where the main goal is to relax!
This layout might work the best if you plan to use your bed as both a sleeping area and a place to kick back and watch TV or read.