This is truly a charming French country house. I’m excited to share it with you because I really love this design and layout. And I think you will too.
From the front of this French country home it seems rather small but once you go inside everything is very open and spacious. The glass windows at the top of the gable roof allows tons of sunlight to pour inside the living area making the space seem bigger than it really is.
The interior walls are wrapped in wood giving this country home a warm cozy feel. Check out the spiral stair case to the sleeping loft.
Everything about this country house is simple and pure. I hope you enjoy chekcing out this petite french country house.
Built on a 27 acre farm ‘The Shack‘, named by the architects, is an in-between of camping and weekend cottage.
I did not get the exact square footage of this micro cabin but it seems to have one open area that consists of the bedroom and living area with a camping style kitchen and a possibly a composting toilet tucked around the corner.
The Shack is completely off grid. Oil lamps provide light and wood stove provides heating and cooking.
Looks like you could enjoy a nice breeze through the garage-style door that can be rolled up at anytime.
Check out this weekend retreat shack below and see what you think of the design.
I’m excited to share this charming tiny bungalow with you today. It’s designed and built by Creative Cottages in Freeport, Maine.
I’m not sure of the exact square footage on this home but it looks like just a one bedroom and one bathroom with kitchen and living room.
They call it the “Oceanside Retreat”. I could see this home somewhere in California near the beach. Ahhh… that would be nice!
I’m loving this shabby chic cottage. The exposed beams throughout the home really makes it feel like a beach house. And check out that cool shower. I love the way the river rock tiles flow out of the shower.
Would you live in a tiny bungalow like this? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.
After newlyweds, Scott and Tania, traveled to Asia for their honeymoon they returned to Vancouver, Canada to build their ‘pint-sized’ house. This 485 sq. ft. cottage is their home that was built in Tania’s parents backyard.
The rules in that particular area allow for small houses to be built in the alley way. Usually as guest houses or home offices, etc.
This home has a very open living and dining room combined together with the kitchen right along side too. I love the upstairs bedroom with the exposed ceiling beams, sky lights and the balcony patio.