This eco-home is so neat, and I don’t know what to call the shape other than a “Swiss roll”! The owners at Great Field Farm in Canterbury call it the “Bumble Barn” because the living sedum roof is a favorite of the local bees. While not exactly “tiny,” it’s a unique and sustainable design that we could all take inspiration from.
The long home actually has three bedrooms: one main room with a queen bed and ensuite bathroom, and twin side-by-side bedrooms with 2 twin beds each. The rest of the barn has a kitchen, dining room, and sleek living area that opens out to a patio. What do you think of this fun design?
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