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Norske Mikrohus Tiny House in Norway

This is a new tiny house build by Norkse Mikrohus in Norway.

It features a unique double glass door entry, a full kitchen, lounge, bathroom, and cozy sleeping loft with sky views. How’d you like getting to live in a tiny house like this?

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Tiny House on Wheels by Norske Mikrohus


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Here is the kitchen end of the tiny house.


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The glass doors let in lots of light while offering a nice view outside.


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Elevated, space-saving bar in the kitchen.


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It’s a nice spot for coffee, work, dinner, etc. And there’s a view, too.


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On the other side, another window so you can enjoy a magnificent view like this while doing the dishes.


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Or, don’t do the dishes. 🙂


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This tiny house kitchen is superb!


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On the other side of the tiny house, you can get to the bathroom and the sleeping loft.


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Using this custom ladder to get up and down.


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This tiny house loft is not huge but it does feature three windows including a skylight.


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If the sleeping loft sounds too difficult to get to, this couch looks good enough for a nap. 🙂


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The beautiful bathroom…


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Full shower!


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I thought these were sliding glass doors but a closer look reveals hinges.


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The exterior of the tiny house is surrounded by nature’s beauty.


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  • Kathy
    August 9, 2021, 4:19 pm

    Exquisite! I love the birch (or maple?) interior and cabinetry with spots of color. Scandinavian livability is at every turn. Be sure to visit the website even if you don’t read the language. There is a great 360 degree visit to one of the other “mikrohus”.

    • Alison
      August 9, 2021, 6:56 pm

      Thanks for the tip! The 360 degree tour of the other house on their site is really cool. I like that house even better than this one, though this one is also very appealing. The windows are very well designed—size, shape and placement are excellent.

  • vee
    August 9, 2021, 6:07 pm

    Love the beautiful wood! Love the bathroom! Love all the light and window views, Love the skylight in the loft — would add a rail leading up to the loft, & built-in hidden storage — otherwise — wonderful!!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      August 11, 2021, 5:58 am

      So glad you enjoyed it!

  • LargeMarge
    August 10, 2021, 12:47 am

    In the first shot looking into the kitchen, I appreciate the lack of upper cabinets on the side-walls.
    A sense of openness!

  • Trish
    August 10, 2021, 2:48 pm

    Love the mid-century vibe of this tiny-house. Love when the kitchen is across an end wall, saves so much floor space. Hate the loft but that is an individual’s own call.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      August 11, 2021, 5:57 am

      Yes I find those kitchens “feel” the best in a tiny space.

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