This is the Tiny Artwood Cottage in the woods of South Pender Island in British Columbia, Canada.
This charming little cabin is designed to give you a space to relax and rejuvenate or even gain inspiration. The owner of the cottage is Tracy Calvert, who is one of the founding members of Cobworks.
Outside you’ll find a nice courtyard, garden, and a peaceful forest. When you go inside the cottage you’ll find an open living area with hand-plastered walls, a dining area, kitchen, bathroom with composting toilet, and a cozy upstairs sleeping loft. If you want you can book a stay here using Airbnb. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
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Tiny Artwood Cottage
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Learn more: http://artwoodcottage.com/ and book a stay at: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5959264
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Lovely, but thanks to AirBNB, it is harder to convince neighborhoods & municipalities to allow Additional Dwelling Units and Tiny Houses, since people want permanent neighbors, not mini-hotels.
Oddly enough… I like it… despite it being another airbnb construction. Sigh, sighly, sigh!
I really like this. I would like to know the square footage, I don’t see it mentioned anywhere. This could be a permanent little home, with a few changes to the kitchen, some built in storage and shelving and I would replace that single sofa with a desk and study/craft area.
What’s with all the “houses” with purple trim? Smurfs moving in? At last a decent stairway. However, it leads to yet another sleep loft. A loft you still cannot stand up in, which means you must bend way over, or go on your hands and knees. And something no one ever seems to realize – to safely get down those steps, you are pretty much have to go backwards to get on the steps, which means probably on hands and knees, then down until you can stand, then backwards. So, with most steps in those you will pretty much have to use them like a ladder. If you’re going to have a sleeping loft, you could at least have one you can stand up in. The stair would be safe enough going up, but irritating then having to bend over, or go hands and knees. In all seriousness, I would put in a slide, for coming down safely.