Is it possible to “get busy” in a tiny home loft?
Presented by Jen from Teacup Tiny Homes.
Let’s see. One of the most awkward questions that make people get all, like, weirded out is when they’re like, “but how do you like… If you’re sleeping in a loft and your bedroom is in a loft… And like, you have kids and stuff. Or you don’t have kids, but like, how do you… (whispers) have sex?”
And then they get all flush or the husband walks away or something like that.
OK, here’s what I have to say about doing the thing in a tiny home, especially if it’s in the loft. Number one, it’s not as bad as you think. There should be quite a bit of headroom there.
Number two, is that you get to be really creative. Hey, you have solved this problem. You’ve gone tiny. You want to do something different. Obviously you think outside the box. Maybe you can encourage a few little things in your L-O-V-E life that make it more interesting. You know, stairs, stairs to the loft, sofa, countertops, bathtubs, bathrooms.
Just because the space is small doesn’t mean that the fun has to be small, so that’s what we say to people is get creative because you’re creative. You are in this situation here going tiny because you are a creative person. Therefore, I don’t think it’s going to be that hard for you to get creative.
And think of it this way, you’re going to be taking so much more pressure off of yourself long term with less bills to pay, with less house to clean, with less stuff to manage that. Hey, maybe you feel like you have a little more energy for a little bit of fun with the, you know, significant other?
Hard to say, but those are some of our tips and those are some of the conversations that we have with people looking to go tiny and what to do in a tiny home when it comes to the love department.
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