Print & Cut Floor Plan Worksheet

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Make your own tiny house floor plans, just download our Print & Cut Worksheet, and then cut-out the tiny house parts and then lay them out on the tiny house size of your choice.

For tiny house floor plan ideas check out the book Tiny House Floor Plans. You can buy a printed copy on Amazon or an ebook version right here. Folks that subscribe by email to Tiny House Design get a 20% discount code for all our ebooks and downloadable tiny house plans. If you’re an email subscriber just check your inbox for any of our emails – they all contain the discount code.

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13 Comments Print & Cut Floor Plan Worksheet

  1. Gin Di Battista

    Thank you so much for this tool!!

    I’m kind of old school and prefer to move things around on paper when trying out layouts. I wasn’t looking forward to learning software in order to be able to play!

    1. Rhion

      Oh I love old school myself, so I was leery of picking up GoogleSketchup, and okay, it took a bit of a learning curve to figure out how to make the downloadable components for furniture, the base trailer, etc, work, (and I’ve found that for stud walls, roofing, and joists, I’m best off just engineering them myself), but honestly? I’m glad I picked it up. It makes altering not just the layout/visualizing the placement of things – soooooooo much easier. I only watched two or three How To videos from Google, and was plugging away in no time. I call it “My Legoes for grownups” and spend hours fiddlin’ around. It’s very cathartic.

  2. Bruce Wheeler

    When teaching high school students architectural design, I gave them a large sheet with many of the same objects drawn to the scale we were using. But added to that was a scale ruler, printed with the objects, so that they could add other objects of a known size, or modify the objects on the sheet. Worked great – you might want to add one, especially considering the comment asking “What scale?”

  3. MikeNZ

    I’ve been using a shoebox, not exactly to scale but it does give me a better idea.

    I’ve got a big box which I’m now going to cut up and put a grid underlay on the floor and walls to get an idea of the differences between a 20′ and 40′ container.

    Its clear that a good footing keeps the damp out as does a roof of sorts or canopy to keep the sun off of the roof and prevailing wind side.

    We are looking at the locations to see if an earth bank and or green roof will work.

    Thanks for being an inspiration :-)

  4. Matthew Verbitsky

    Hello, I’m researching on whole Tiny house, and I was looking at tiny house floor plans: print and cut worksheet. I am trying to find the scale sheet for 10′ x 20′ floor plan, only has 8′ x 20′, 12′ x 20’… so I’m wondering do you have any idea how I can able to get 10′ x 20′ scale worksheet from
    “tiny house floor plans: print and cut” worksheet PDF? please rely to me and I will be thankful for that. Thanks, Matthew Verbitsky, Homer, Alaska

    1. Michael Janzen

      Sorry, I’ve not made one with different sizes. I should do that. In the mean time you could approximate since floor plans are typically close approximations.


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