This is Lifeshelter Denmark: a durable and fire-resistant shelter solution out of Denmark.
It’s a structure designed to help house refugees and the displaced, as well as for use as a classroom, work area, clinic, and more. Check it out!
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Durable, Fire-Resistant Lifeshelter Solutions
This is a tiny fisherman cottage in Hvide Sande which is a little town on the west coast of Jutland, Denmark. It’s the country’s fifth largest fishing port, according to Small House Bliss.
The neighborhood seems to be filled with other structures like this. Most of them are just small warehouses that are used to store fishing gear but many of them are not even being used anymore, so some people have decided to turn them into modern tiny homes inspired by the classic old fishing sheds.2 Pretty interesting, right?
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Tiny Fisherman Shed Cottage Conversion (375 Sq. Ft.) in Hvide Sande Fishing Port in Jutland, Denmark
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This is a 300 sq. st. tiny house built used hOMe plans and located in Odder, Denmark.
It is listed on Airbnb for as little as $64 per night.
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Luxurious Tiny House Vacation in Denmark
This is a beautiful little cottage in Denmark.
It takes the shape of an octagon with small wings. The home is currently listed for sale on Lilienhoff.dk.
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Beautiful Little Cottage in Denmark
This may or may not be the World’s Tiniest Hotel, one luxurious room located above an adorable cafe in Denmark where you can spend the night and enjoy breakfast the next morning.
It’s called the Central Hotel & Cafe and you can read more about the quaint and cozy room (featuring great recycled materials and furniture) over at Living In A Shoebox.
Enjoy the pictures below!
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The World’s Tiniest Hotel? One-Room Denmark Vacation
At 592 sq. ft. this modular tiny home might not be that tiny to you. For a lot of us, it’s huge. Especially if you’ve been thinking about going into 120 sq. ft. But for most families, this would definitely be considered tiny. And that’s just one of the reasons I like to share tiny and small spaces with you on a consistent basis.
And as I always say, tiny is always relative to how many people use the home and how many uses the home serves. Some people work from home, have space hungry hobbies, or maybe even have lots of guests over.
So either way I wanted to share this amazing little modular home built by Møn Huset in Denmark. It comes in modules that you can choose from. There are kitchen/bathroom modules, living room modules, and bedroom modules. This particular example uses a breezeway too. I hope you enjoy it. To explore more amazing small homes like this, join our Small House Newsletter. It’s free and you’ll be glad you did!
592 Sq. Ft. Modular Tiny Home by Møn Huset
Images © Møn Huset