Two Tiny Houses Connected With A Central Sun Room & Deck

How tiny is a too tiny when it comes to tiny houses? Well, if you take a look at the next home, then a tiny house was too small for its owners so they decided to build two and connect them. And who can blame them? A tiny house might be enough for a family of two, but when it comes to a family with children, one must rethink the concept of the tiny house. This house is called The Ohana and was designed Viva Collectiv, who decided to connect two tiny houses in the middle where they placed a beautiful open sun room and deck. One house hosts a bedroom, bathroom as well as a kitchen, and the other one features a living room and storage spaces. Take a look at the pictures….


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© Viva Collectiv

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© Viva Collectiv

© Viva Collectiv

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89 Responses to “Two Tiny Houses Connected With A Central Sun Room & Deck”

  1. Jessica Hogan says:

    Beautiful…. I love the ceiling in living room, and the tree wallpaper in bathroom…

  2. Heide says:

    Beautiful use of the space as well and fantastic tile design in the bathroom. Wish I knew where it was. The photos make it look much bigger than a fron on view.
    Tiny houses are the way to go!

  3. Maria says:

    Love this. How large can the sun room be?

  4. Melanie says:

    What is the cost?

  5. Stephane Bigs says:

    Hi ,i would love to have some infos weekly thks !
    Best regards

  6. gina kennedy says:

    I nust love the two houses with a joining sun room. If you have a catalog or more pictures I would love any material you have. Great job !!

  7. Sally Mulligan says:

    We are busy container building but know it is going to be too small. Would love to see how to build with 2. Kind regards

  8. Shirley George says:

    My son and daughter-in-law are not far off buying land & want my husband and I to live with them so these little homes would be perfect for us all thank you x

  9. Renee says:

    How much did this cost to make? I really like the design and airiness

  10. John DansbyJr says:

    I am interested

  11. Lutchie says:

    Hi how much is it to build a home like this? Thank you

  12. Bonnie Ochoa says:

    Love love this tiny home!!

  13. Lynn Power Hunter says:

    Love this. Has potential for retirees wanting two separate domecials or wanting a guest wing.

  14. Cricket says:

    If they built two units for a family with children, where’s the other bedroom? I think I’d have to put 2 BR/1BA in one unit, and LR/K maybe 1/2 BA in other unit.

    • Kate says:

      I agree, Cricket. Also, the storage under the staircase is an excellent idea, but, are the stairs just for show or do they lead somewhere? Doesn’t look like a 2 story. Could there be storage there and steps used as shelves for books, plants, etc.?
      I do love this, though.

  15. Nandini says:

    Absolutely Stunning . I love the idea of the sun room , connecting the houses is simply genius !!!

  16. Anne Houghtalin says:

    I want one. But where can I build it

  17. Theressa Birchmeier says:

    How much does it cost and where can you build this and order everything that would make this house that you were showing need contact information

    • Dude says:

      Typically cost between $200 to $400 per square foot. On a square foot basis, that’s far pricier than the average American home

  18. Bruce says:

    Where do the stairs go?!?!

  19. Deborah Allen says:

    Are there plans available for this home?

    • Marlene says:

      It is in Portland Oregon. If you read the article you can find their website. Google Viva Collectiv. They have a contact link.

  20. Mark ward says:

    Would you add a floor plan for this please?

  21. Sharon Baker says:

    Would love more information, and more styles, price, etc. thanks!

  22. M. W. Bowers says:

    I love the look and design of this home but I would extend the width of the sun room roof to allow rain to flow off and down the homes then add rain gutters to further protect the homes. I would also raise the lip on the from and back of the sun room roof to help keep moisture from pouring down the front entrance. Later I would figure out a way to make the sun deck into a breezeway to allow air to flow through the houses and help keep cooling costs down. I live in the South so it gets really steamy hot in the summer..

  23. Christy says:

    I wondered where the stairs went as well they didn’t take enough pics

  24. Arun Joshy says:

    Can you please share this design to me

  25. Mary Herod says:

    Very interested, more i formation please. Possibly a catalog….

  26. Hashim Haseeb says:

    Need prices and lay out plan.
    Hashim Haseeb

  27. Stacie says:

    Tile. That tree is tile

  28. Suzanne says:

    Did you ever get an answer to your questions? Just curious since I have the same ones ?

  29. Suzanne says:

    I saw the episode on HGTV, Tiny House Nation, where they built this TH. I’ve loved it from the moment I saw that show!

  30. Sue says:

    I wonder why they didn’t finish the walls. Is there a reason?

  31. Deborah borthwick says:

    How do I get this floor plan…I love it

  32. Harley Neal says:

    I saw this type of sunroom joining two THOW before, on an HGTV show, and I have to say that I’m mystified by the poor connection of the sunroom which does not keep out wind or rain. Is there a legal reason why the sunroom can’t actually touch the THOW? I would sealed the room better. At least there could have been better overhang for weather protection.

  33. Lianne says:

    I still don’t see any answers to, where do the stairs go??? How much does it cost? Do you have a catalog of floor plans?

  34. Karen says:

    Floor plans, cost, adaptation for 2 bedrooms.

  35. Eric Karvonen says:

    Sorry, That is a built up double wide, split. Not a tiny house.

  36. Sand says:

    Love to learn more about these homes – this home in particular, cost, etc.

  37. Brent S says:

    If anyone have an idea of how much this would cost?

  38. Herbert says:

    Where can i see the house? Are the plans or the architect available

  39. Anita says:

    Interested in the two connecting tiny homes. Price, cost of delivery and set up please.

  40. Ferdi Businger says:

    Poor design in that the sunroom roof does not overlap the cabin roofs. Why allow rain to blow in or water to cascade off the sunroom roof down onto the deck and walls of the little houses?Makes no sense. Would have been better to just cover the entire structure with one roof using glass over the sunroom area.

  41. Emma says:

    Please provide information on where we might purchase the plans or hire the company to build it. Thank you.

  42. Judy says:

    How much is the house?

  43. Kevin Ogden says:

    What was the cost of the sun room addition? Who built it?

  44. Yvonne kerezman says:

    I want this exact design

  45. Ksthleen rossi says:

    Soon in Joshua Tree houses are gonna have to bigger than 400sf and I have one 285sf so maybe this would be a good way to “expand” please send more info. Thanks, Kathleen

  46. Eileen says:

    Can these homes be built in NY?

  47. Pamela Morris says:

    Why would you have 2 identical home’s? The 2nd coulf have been custom with a 2nd bedroom, full size bath, & laundry room. This could have made a nice size kitchen with an eating area had they planned better.

  48. Pamela Morris says:

    You probably have to purchase it.

  49. Renee Palisa says:

    Interested in the floorplan.

  50. Tracey says:

    Would like the plan on how to build this please

  51. Spoonz says:

    Show the upstairs please

  52. Benjamin Wood says:

    I love this idea, because you could do countless and limitless configurations. You could have four sections laid out in a cross configuration with the hallway leading on the immediate inside so as to create a garden at the centre of your home. if you have small children they can play in the garden all they want and you never have to worry about them wandering off by themselves. Secondly you could set up a series of grow walls, raised planters etc and have your own fresh fruit and veg on hand all year round

  53. Tasnim says:

    What are those things projecting out from the house under the front windows what have planters in them?

  54. David says:

    Why not one home with the area of the two combined, and the sun room/ deck on the side? Fewer sf of external siding should be cheaper, and space usage and traffic flow would be much better. Seems like a solution looking for a problem.

  55. Beckett Lappas says:

    I would love to know where I can get the design plans for this home, or get one built. I have been house hunting for months as my housemate is selling the house we currently share. I don’t want to leave this area, and this would be perfect for me and my dog!

  56. Linda says:

    The sunroom is not sealed….

  57. Wes says:

    Two trailers and a sunroom .. awe my vision can come true

  58. Virginia Nettleton says:

    Love this tiny home

  59. Lance says:

    When it rains, the water drips down into the sunroom. The cover does not extend over the roof.

  60. Brian says:

    Why didn’t they finish the drywall? No tape or spackling

  61. Kathy stone says:

    I am also interested. Price, please, ball park?

  62. Linda Pykett says:

    I would live to see your homes

  63. Rodney says:

    What cost start at per house. Basic & and does that offer?

  64. Donna says:

    Cost please
    Victoria contacts please

  65. Stephanie says:

    Like to know the sq footage please … Every county has different requirements for tiny homes (Accessory dwellings) before you get to huge amounts for permits etc. Our county in Northern California Mac is 400 sq ft for a tiny home and had to still be bolt down and not on trailer due to they consider that to be like an RV and that must goes trough DMV – Now with that said – An RV cannot stay longer than 30 days one a property even if you have acreage

  66. Susan K Inman says:

    Where do the stairs go to?

  67. Mary Blessing says:

    I’m very interested in this concept of 2 small houses with an Atrium connecting
    Also, ideas of land location to build it on

  68. Marie Whalon says:

    Where are you located and the price of the two tiny houses with sunroom connecting the two houses.

  69. Nona Smith says:

    I love this Would love to have the building plans for this or a price on building it

  70. Lynne Lightowler-Buck says:

    So much here is really well done . . . saw stairs but not what’s up there. There really needs to be a better way to layout a kitchen so the corner isn’t lost as in this one. Why aren’t we thinking of refrigerators in drawers stacked with washers? Truly the kitchen doesn’t work & has no counterspace . . . I like rolling out my own pizza dough! Don’t misunderstand . . . the landscaping is gorgeous . . . the connecting room gives the grandeur of outside . . . the tile tree is wondrous! Blessings!

  71. Margaret Curley says:

    I’m wondering what price & if you have brochures

  72. Bob Jones says:

    Was the goal “worst energy efficiency possible”? Maximum number of exterior walls, each leaking heat in the winter.

  73. Lulu says:

    Where do the stairs lead to? Is there a loft room?

  74. Leann says:

    I watched them build this tiny house on the show Tiny House.

  75. Kerry Sireheti says:

    Lovely tiny house

  76. Lisa says:

    As Brian asked, why isn’t the drywall finished? ‘Tiny’ doesn’t have to mean ‘tacky’…

  77. Tonya Wheatley-Herman says:

    Please send me information about these and other tiny homes like these. Do you have a company in TN? I am ready to move closer to my grandson!! Many thanks!


  78. Amy says:

    Gosh, I love everything about but the ugly tree thing in the bathroom. Yuck.

  79. Danielle says:

    This is my favorite one!

  80. Lisa says:

    Please send me more information and price on the tiny homes. Thanks Lisa

  81. Kelly Townsend says:

    I want info please

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