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Studio Tiny House with Modular Bed

The Forest is a beautiful studio-style home design from Vagabond Haven in Sweden. The affordable layout is only about €35,765 (around $38,000), and it features a neat modular bed/couch area that does double duty depending on the time of day.

The house also includes a stovetop and mini-fridge, large pull-out storage drawers, and a comfortable 3/4 bathroom. All of that in just 19.6 feet! What do you think?

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140 Sq. Ft. European Tiny House: The Forest by Vagabond Haven in Sweden

Forest Vagabond Haven

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The living/bedroom space has a fun modular couch design.

Forest Vagabond Haven 2

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Huge drawers provide tons of storage space.

Forest Vagabond Haven 4

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The cushions fold up into a couch.

Forest Vagabond Haven 3

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The eating area can fold away when not needed.

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The bathroom has a spacious shower stall.

Forest Vagabond Haven 6

Images via Vagabond Haven

A simple shed-style roof is classy.

Forest Vagabond Haven 7

Images via Vagabond Haven

Here are some details from the brochure.

Forest Vagabond

Images via Vagabond Haven


  • €35,765 or $38,940.93

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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