There is an architectural movement afoot to create “Tiny Houses” with tidy footprints on the land and an ease on resources. Well thought out spaces where everything has a home is challenging and when a power wheelchair is involved, creating usable and easily accessible space, especially in a bathroom, can be formidable. We were called in by the owner/builders to consult on their “Tiny House” plans. What we arrived at is a very comfortable studio with a fully accessible bathroom. A well-designed walk-in tub, an easily usable sink in its dynamic cabinet and an accessible toilet, are all manageable while using wheeled mobility. A pocket door, intelligent storage, appropriate flooring and correct placement of furniture and fixtures have made this 225-square-foot Casita a perfect, easily-cared-for space.