Regardless of whether you paint, dance, sculpt or make music, you are an artist and artists need their space. You can get BOSS tiny home kits for sale and construct a DIY music/art studio that inspires you creatively. Building a studio tiny house will also save you from the rising house prices and give you a personal space to do your thing.
You can build a studio tiny house on foundation or on wheels. It doubles as your personal space where you make art and also your workshop where people can come in and purchase your work. It can also be an intimate gathering place where a couple of other artists join you in making great music/dance/sculpture.
The best part? You do not need to start your studio building project with a whole lot of construction experience. Our tiny house kits are all-inclusive and come with easy-to-understand instructions. All you have to do is assemble the kit alone or with the help of artist friends. Watching a short YouTube tutorial on assembling a tiny house should be enough. However, wherever you get stuck, you can count on our team.
So, all you need is a bit of space, which can be your backyard. Start your studio tiny house assembly at a place of your choice and decorate it with a minimalist flair. For instance, if you are a musician, you would mostly need space to keep your musical instruments and recording devices. Avoid getting too much furniture as that will take up a lot of space.
Your music/art studio tiny house can have a small kitchen space with a fridge stocked with beverages, a coffee-making machine and an electric stove. It can have a small bathroom. And instead of big chairs and tables, you can get easily foldable tables and chairs so that when you are not having other people over to your studio, you can keep the chairs stacked away and save space. Furthermore, you can even have a small loft space where you can put down a mattress and double it up as a sleeping area.
In between space-saving design ideas, you can freely include your creative flair. How? You can choose to be eccentric with the way your tiny home looks from both inside and out. From the paint on the wall to the photo frames or designs adorning every corner of the studio, you can put your own twist to it. If you want, you can salvage recycled materials and decorate the exterior of your studio.
No matter how you decorate your studio tiny house, do not forget to hang a ‘do not disturb’ board on the door so that when you are in your creative space, nobody disturbs you. This will preserve the sanctity of your personal space.
Do you need any additional help setting up your own music/art studio? BOSS’ design team can help you with some ideas. So, check out our store for tiny house for sale and find what you are looking for.