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Just moved into an approx. 600 sq ft cottage in the mountains of NC.
It was built in 1939 as a garage – and was converted in the 50’s to a house.
Many of the door handles are polished wooden branches (for the closets and the back door and the bedroom door).
I used many of the hints and ideas from other folks ‘living small’ to take advantage of the unusual and tiny spaces in this place.
Truly enjoying the downsized way of living – and with those views out the back door…how could I not?
I encourage you to enjoy the rest of Kessa’s beautiful little 600 sq. ft. cottage below:
Thank you so much for sharing your humble home with us, Kessa!
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