How can you not like this modernized tiny cottage of just 250 square feet with a sleeping loft in Seattle?
It’s built by Michelle de la Vega who is an artist and designer in the area. Do you agree when they say the cottage is modern and rustic? I do.
My favorite part about it is how everything about it seems ‘normal’ sized even though it’s just 250 sq. ft. which I think might be important when sharing space with others for long periods.
It has a wood burning stove, big french doors and a large bath tub you can get wrinkly in while rejuvenating.
250 Sq. Ft. Seattle Mini Cottage
Images: Boutique Homes
I encourage you to come on in and take the complete tour below:
French Doors Open up to the Back Porch
Check out the traditional locker room storage (above)! Love it..
I also like the reclaimed chairs and all of the nature it opens up to.. There’s much to enjoy here, isn’t there?
Recycled Ship Ladder leads you to the Comfy and Spacious Sleeping Loft
Commercial-like Tiny Kitchen
I love the openness throughout this little studio cottage. Not only is the floor plan open, but so is just about everything in the kitchen. And for me, it works! I think it looks great here. And you always know where everything is. It reminds me of a commercial kitchen (and that, to me, means functional!).
Rustic and Recycled Locker Storage
Wood Burning Stove surrounded by Brick
Who doesn’t enjoy a good fire? For me, it’s WAY better than TV and I think you might agree.
Being in Florida, I don’t get to enjoy being around the fire much so when I do I really appreciate it.
Alright, let me show you the bathroom and we’ll wrap it up…
Images: Boutique Homes
Notice the skylight above which is spectacular. I don’t know about you but something like this is a dream home to me. Simple yet modern and rustic at the same time and very functional. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did!
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If you’re interested you can actually book a vacation here if you ever want to visit Seattle and enjoy an amazing small space while there instead of staying in a boring hotel room.
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