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These are the plans for a lovely small bungalow with two mirrored bedrooms, two covered porches, and a beautiful fireplace! A perfect tiny family home, this space even has a mudroom corner off the back porch to catch shoes, coats, and backpacks.

The living room comfortably fits a couch and built-ins around the fireplace, and the kitchen fits an L-shaped island and full-sized appliances. The bedrooms and total bathroom share a hallway off the main room, and there’s a washer and dryer in an alcove. What do you think of these plans?

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Beautiful 2-bedroom Home Plans with Two Covered Porches

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The Cairngorms is a stunning area of Scotland, and if you visit, you might want to stay in this “cooshed” (cow shed) turned into a delightful cottage for two. While the original stone walls remain, the rest of the cottage looks nothing like a home for Highland cows but rather a modern, well-equipped tiny home.

You enter into the open-concept living and dining area, including a full kitchen, comfortable couch and ottoman, and dining space. The bathroom has a walk-in shower stall with a skylight, and you take a ladder to the loft bedroom with a double bed. There’s a private patio outdoors to enjoy if the rain holds off.

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From Cow Shed to Charming Scottish Cottage

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Images via Airbnb/Winifred

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This vintage structure went from ladies’ loo to vintage tiny house. It’s the story of the Loovre cottage in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland which is in North East England featuring an open studio layout with a kitchenette, dining nook, sleeping area, and a wet bath.

It used to be a Victorian ladies’ loo up until the 1950s. More recently it was being used as a tiny ice cream parlor but today it’s a fancy little studio cottage in a quiet corner of a place called Berwick-upon-Tweed within the Elizabethan Town Walls that you can actually stay in. Take a look at it below, learn more, and let us know what you think about it in the comments!

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Ladies’ Loo Tiny Cottage in Berwick-upon-Tweed

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This is a 994-sq.-ft. cabin that also comes with a 280-sq.-ft. tiny house that sleeps up to six guests.

It’s built and located in Ashland, Oregon on leased land from the Bureau of Land Management. There are also two RV hook-ups on the property. What do you think?

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Small Cabin and Tiny House in Ashland, Oregon

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This is a 400-sq.-ft. mystic mountain tiny house near Seward, Alaska.

The little cabin is nestled in the forest, has mountain views, and features an outdoor deck. It’s located 5 minutes outside of the City of Seward on the Kenai Peninsula. Check it out and learn more below!

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The Mystic Mountain Tiny House on the Kenai Peninsula

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Images via Brittany/Airbnb

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As you may already know, Marsha built a new door for her tiny house.

And it’s pretty obvious that it’s made a world of difference from the outside as well as from the inside. In this post, Marsha shows you how she installed the door in three steps. 🙂 Enjoy!

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Marsha’s New Door For Her Shed-Cottage

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© Marsha Cowan

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This is the Alde Barn. It’s a tiny cottage with a private outdoor hot tub area.

This beautiful little place is available to book via Quirky Accom and it’s located in Stonham Aspal, Suffolk, England. Check it out!

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Alde Barn Tiny Cottage with Private Outdoor Hot Tub

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This is the story of Anthony Davies’ basic summer cottage re-build. It’s a 450-sq.-ft. tiny home that was originally built without water or electricity in Vilnius, Lithuania, but all of that is about to change with a big make-over adding electricity and water to the cottage.

Believe it or not, this tiny house has been used by the family for 4 generations. Talk about using what you have! How awesome is that? I don’t know about you, but I love family history being commemorated in this way. It’s really special. Anyway, please scroll to enjoy and learn more about this wonderful little cottage story.

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450-sq.-ft. Small House, Used For 4 Generations

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© Anthony Davies

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This is the Cottage at Hidden Springs in Bentonville, Arkansas shared with us thanks to Matt Trimble.

It was built by myself and the company I work for, Mac Residential Services. This was the company’s first tiny house and I’m proud of how it came out. I was most happy that we got a full-sized bedroom and bathroom into it.

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The Cottage At Hidden Springs (Bentonville)

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Images via Matt Trimble

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