7 tiny homes floor plans that make great bachelor (or bachelorette) pads

When you live by yourself you get a lot of great benefits. You can leave the toilet seat up, for one stereotypical example. You can paint the whole place pink if you so fancy. The place is yours and you can make it a reflection of your personality.
These tiny home plans make the most out of a small space, bringing fun twists and living-it-large ideas to your bachelor (or bachelorette) pad.
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1. Contemporary California-Style Home from Houseplans
This awesome home is made for single-living, with plenty of space for entertaining friends, family, and the odd date. At 400 square feet (37square metres) its compact but well thought out. Spend weekends luxuriating in the pool or grilling up a storm on the patio. Keep the inside / outside balance throughout the year with the huge covered patio expanding the open-plan living space by over double. The plan is even customizable, so if you have some ideas on how to improve it, you can put them in place.
2. Colonial Property with Three Car Garage from ePlans
Perfect for the avid car collector, this 750 square foot (70 square metres) property features a three car garage on the ground floor. Above that is a spacious home centring around a large living area, with a kitchen / diner off to one side and a double bedroom with built-in storage on the other. If cars aren't your thing, then the garage space is modifiable - you could create a studio space, office area or additional storage.
3. Contemporary Dwelling with Outdoor Emphasis by ePlans
If you love to entertain, this open-plan property with a great indoor / outdoor balance is for you. At 700 square feet (65 square metres), it combines a living, dining and kitchen area with an open covered porch to make the most of the good weather. Split level lighting equals lots of natural light spreading through the house and inbuilt storage keeps everything looking tidy.
4. American Cottage from Houseplans
This dinky little cottage measures 404 square feet (38 square metres) and packs a lot into the tiny home layout. With a built-out area at the front that can be used as a spare room, guests are easily accommodated. The open-plan living area houses a cosy fireplace and leads to a full sized kitchen, with room for dishwasher, microwave and oven. The second-floor loft space is ideal for storage, whether that be for your seasonal capsule wardrobes or sports kits.
5. Charleston Carriage House Property from Homeplans
With 792 square feet (74 square metres) of living space, this tiny home floorplan definitely delivers bang for your buck. The ground floor features a large shaded porch and a two-car garage for the budding mechanic to get greasy in, or modify the plans and convert that space into a studio or workshop. Upstairs, an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area are perfect for entertaining and there is built-in storage nearly everywhere you look.
6. Modern Two-Storey Place by ePlans
Coming in at 840 square feet (78 square metres) of space, this home will feel anything but tiny. With vaulted ceilings for vertical space, the interior is open and airy. Storage is built-in to keep possessions in order and the rooms laid out to maximise the living area. Designed to be built on a basement foundation, the plans include further design features such as a window wall, french doors and a country kitchen.
7. Shed-Style Tiny Home Floorplan by Homeplans
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This 775 square foot (72 square metres) property is built on a crawlspace foundation. With a contemporary modern twist on traditional shed-style buildings, this home maximises built-in storage and in addition, boasts a single car garage. The open-plan living area adjoins the dining and kitchen spaces, with doors out onto the deck for a secluded date night. With a fireplace and vaulted ceilings adding characterful architectural detail, the property is simply delightful.
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