So I figured that, yes, a tiny person living in a normal size home would need or at least greatly benefit from their own house or hideyhole.
But with that out of the way, I wanted to figure how small of a living space I can get away with without making it virtually a jailcell/holding cell.
The reason being is while the homeowner kinda knows he is there, the little person does not really want to reveal himself, not fully, like in The Borrowers. A big house would be too obvious. So this rules out something like a dollhouse(too big) or shoebox(too small).
So what something 3 bodylengths(he is 6 inchs tall so 18 inches) long and wide, so kinda pizzaboxish in area. For height, I figure 7 inches would be tall enough for the celling.
Would this be large enough to live in properly?
For context, this 'Lilliputian' is male, 30ish, and in good/average health. Again, he is 6 inches tall(do not bring up negative effects caused by Square-Cube Law). The cabin/house/box is 18 inches long and wide, and 7 inches tall. And by live properly I mean can he cook, sleep, bathe, entertain, store, and 'empty' himself within the confines of this structure?