The owners of this tiny home have doubled-up.
Tiny homes are very popular as a cheap and easy to attain home in an increasingly difficult housing market.
While many people gush over the benefits of tiny homes, of which there are many, the main problem that comes with them is the issue of space.
Tiny homes are great as starter homes, and for a couple or someone living on their own, but a family with children would certainly feel the strain all packed under one roof.
One family got around this problem by not just buying one house, but two. And joining them together in the middle with a beautiful and practical sun room complete with decking.
The genius idea has allowed the family to feel all of the benefits from living in a tiny home with making any of the compromises.
Tiny homes are great for people striving to live as economically as possible. They are cheap to buy and run, and many are fitted with space saving devices such as solar panels and water saving devices.
The house, known as The Ohana was designed by Viva Collectiv and the overall effect is that of a superbly thought through home, in which the whole has become greater than the sum of its parts.
The houses were split, dividing similar rooms to each house. One half is home to bedroom, bathroom and kitchen while the other half is reserved for the living area and storage rooms.
Many young people trying to get a foot on the property ladder have been thwarted by high and rising property prices, and the inability to get a mortgage in a faltering economy.
Tiny homes have provided a great opportunity to people searching for a starter home, and this example proves that with a little imagination, a tiny home can become so much more than the identikit boxes that are produced in the factory.
Images from VivaCollectiv