Furnish Mini house / Tiny house
Interior design & furnishing ideas for tiny houses
You want to build a FlyingSpace or Tiny House, but still need the right ideas for the interior design?
Then you are at the right place - we will be happy to show you
- great furnishing ideas for mini houses
- examples of space-saving, modern furniture solutions
- a virtual tour of the Tiny show house in Werder
- modern and comfortable furniture, for example a seating window from the design carpenter's workshop
- the Green Living Lifestyle in the Tiny House - sustainable living in the mini house with roof terrace in the middle of the green garden
- in addition you can discover many mini customer houses, which our customers have furnished with us or themselves
Have fun with it!
MINI HOUSE INTERIOR DESIGN - CUSTOMER HOUSE EXAMPLES
Green lifestyle in the Green Living Space
Generous roof terrace, huge garden and enough space for wellness and the 30-year-old builder's friends.
Gloria's conclusion: "Exactly how I imagined it - green life, green living and it fits beautifully in the garden."
Vacation home Neller
This mini-house is equipped with a practical bathroom facility with a large floor-level shower, real wood parquet floor, a functional yet cozy kitchenette and a terrace - a self-contained chic vacation home on approx. 50 m² of living space.
Virtual tour FlyingSpace Werder
Virtual tours allow you to experience many of our show houses online from the comfort of your own home.
For example, experience a tour of the FlyingSpace Werder, where you can discover the versatility of a FlyingSpace, from the room layout, flooring, furniture, doors, to design elements.
Albspace: Innovative Tiny House for Holiday Guests
On the neighboring property of their own Schwörer house, the Eisert family has stacked two FlyingSpaces on top of each other and set up two design vacation apartments in them. Their conclusion after the test living: "Just like at home".
Set up ready to go
Today, the couple is happy to have built two FlyingSpaces – one large one downstairs with dimensions of 14.50 x 4.30 meters, kitchen-dining-living and two rooms as well as a terrace, and one upstairs with only one bedroom but a beautiful roof terrace with a distant view. The couple has tested itself how well it is suitable for a glass of Aperol Spritz in the evening sun. And it has experienced the great effect of the seating windows, which invite you to read and relax with a view of the garden. There is also such a cozy seating window in the children's room with the space-saving built-in solutions. In order to give their offer the final touch, extensive test living was carried out. There still a bottle opener, there still a pillow...
"We wanted to offer our guests modern living comfort in a stylish and yet cozy ambience, just as we ourselves like to live on vacation," says Kerstin Herrmann.
The family knows from its own experience how important a clever room layout with plenty of storage space is for vacation homes. "The fact that SchwörerHaus has everything from a single source and from a single mold was an enormous relief for us. Where else can you get custom-fit furniture for a house like this?" states Daniel Eisert. The built-in furniture comes from the Schwörer design joinery. Every centimeter is used. The degree of generosity that can be generated with clever planning even on a small living space was a surprise even for the vacation home-proven construction family.
FURNITURE EXAMPLES FROM THE DESIGN JOINERY
The rooms of the Tiny Houses can be individually planned and equipped. As with the single-family house, the furnishing consultation for the living modules takes place in one of our three furnishing centers.
Turnkey or with own contribution possible
Depending on requirements, they come with installed sanitary fittings, kitchen equipment and even lighting. It is possible to move in with your own furniture on the same evening.
If you wish, this can also be reduced to "just" conceding: on request, practical built-in furniture is already integrated by the in-house Schwörer design joinery.
Here you can find more examples from the design joinery.
Customers report: Modern extension with flat roof
Turnkey extension - "Everything from a single source"
Multifunctional Tiny House extension next to traditional brick house: it works and looks good too. The Affelski family's FlyingSpace offers additional living space, can be used flexibly and adapted to changing living situations – as an office, senior apartment or teenage wing.
Some time ago, Torben and Andrea Affelski bought an old clinker house in Kerpen and renovated it lovingly: the exposed brickwork, the lattice windows and the front door in the shape of an arch. A separate entrance next to the main entrance leads to a granny apartment. The owner's mother had lived there until then, but the living space for the family of five was slowly becoming a bit cramped as the space requirements of the three children increased. An extension was under discussion.
It came just at the right time that the mother also wanted to reorient herself. "We took this as an opportunity to tackle both the renovation of the granny apartment and the extension project together," says Torben Affelski. However, the family no longer wanted to do it themselves. This time, the remodeling work should to be done without much effort on the part of the owners.
Office or parent wing – everything possible
The FlyingSpace extension also holds several options for the Affelski family. "First, we want to use the rooms as our office," says Torben Affelski. He handles the real estate business in there, while his wife takes care of financial consulting. "Finally, we have a quiet place for meetings. It no longer bothers us when the other person is on the phone next door," says Andrea Affelski happily. The financial expert finds it an advantage to work from home: "I'm more flexible in my time planning, I can leave briefly in between to pick up the kids somewhere or to run errands."
Another advantage: The annex is far enough away from the main house so that the commercial office is accepted by all family members as an independent workplace. Customer contacts are also separated from family life.
Extension with a view to the future
In addition, the Affelski family has also made provisions for the future with the FlyingSpace extension. "One of the children could live in the annex at some point in the future, or we could put my mother-in-law in there if she ever needs care," says Andrea Affelski. "Or the two of us could move in there later and a child with family could live in the main house," adds her husband. For all eventualities, a complete independent living area with kitchen was prepared in the FlyingSpace annex.
Where the reception is set up today, an open kitchen and living area would be designed. To the side of this, in the second part of the extension, the bedroom would be placed, separated from the living area by the built-in wardrobe from the Schwörer Design joinery, which today already serves as a room divider between the reception and meeting area. Horizontal narrow window straps protect this area from insights. Cleverly planned: a shear wall with sanitary installation keeps the bathroom with shower and WC out of sight - trendy and space-saving at the same time.
House plus living module – extension for the extended family
In order to provide the three children with adequate space, gain garden space and thus increase the quality of life, the Losert family added a FlyingSpace from SchwörerHaus to their house. The parents now live there, while the children share the attic of the main house.
Katja and Andreas Losert opted for a classic pitched roof house when they built their house. Large roof overhangs protect the open spaces around the building, and a bay window with loggia brings light and atmosphere into the rooms. The first floor was designed to be open, and the attic was originally intended as a retreat for the whole family. The parents had a bedroom with dressing room and family bathroom, the two older children each had a spacious room with gallery and children's bathroom. Only the little sister had to make do with a very small room in front of the bay window loggia. When the little one grew up, they had to make some changes.
Third children's room under the roof
In this situation, the grandparents' house next door became available. Katja and Andreas Losert had the house torn down and suddenly had a whole new set of options. What could be more obvious than to go back to the competent house-building partner with whom they had already had good experiences. Schwörer construction consultant Bernd Diers suggested adding a FlyingSpace as a parents' wing so that the master bedroom in the attic could be converted into a third children's room.
The FlyingSpace is brought to the site ready-to-use by low-loader, including sanitary equipment, erected by crane and installed by a well-coordinated Schwörer installation team. No major intervention in the surrounding area is necessary. A point foundation is all that is needed. Once the FlyingSpace is in place, it is only connected to water, electricity, communications and, in the case of the Losert family, to the gas heating system of the main house. A controlled ventilation system with heat recovery provides fresh air.
Sleeping in the wellness oasis
A realm for the parents was created – separate and yet very close to the family. Dressing room, wellness oasis with free-standing tub and sleeping area openly merge into each other. The built-in furniture and the furnishing ideas give the parents' wing its individual touch. At the transition to the FlyingSpace, a patio door that had been placed at this point was simply opened, thus creating a connection to the main house.
In addition, the Losert family can now finally enjoy their garden: Barbecue table, large terrace with lounge furniture and awnings, a pool with a sunbathing area under parasols and an outdoor shower, surrounded by a lawn and newly planted trees – a great overall facility that benefits family life.
- FlyingSpaces concept - combine the idea & living modules.
- Furnish FlyingSpaces- comfortable seating windows, space-saving furniture, intelligent storage solutions
- FlyingSpaces examples - built FlyingSpaces, Schwörer customers show their Tiny Houses
- FlyingSpace as an extension- third children's room, separate bedroom...
- FlyingSpaces - important information about building licence, building requirements
- FlyingSpaces show houses - experience a Schwörer Tiny House live
- FlyingSpace Videos- transport and assembly of the "flying room modules"
- FlyingSpace prices - what does a FlyingSpace cost?
- Combined FlyingSpaces - residential complexes, retirement home, day care centers, etc.
- Mini houses sample living - residential complexes, retirement home, day care centers etc.