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!
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!
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.
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.
Tegan is a 30-year-old Advanced Nurse Practitioner, but she always had a passion for fashion/textiles. That comes out so clearly in her Scottish Cottage renovation! She and her partner moved in a few years ago, and since they spent all their savings on the rural cottage itself, they’ve been slowly DIY-ing the entire renovation.
Confessions: All white interiors tend to stress me out. I miss the cozy warmth of wood and deep hues. But somehow Tegan managed to make this cottage so home-y and inviting with a light color palette. It belongs in the finest of home/cottage magazines! Enjoy the photo tour and make sure to follow her work on Instagram.
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