How can you not like this modernized tiny cottage of just 250 square feet with a sleeping loft in Seattle?
It’s built by Michelle de la Vega who is an artist and designer in the area. Do you agree when they say the cottage is modern and rustic? I do.
My favorite part about it is how everything about it seems ‘normal’ sized even though it’s just 250 sq. ft. which I think might be important when sharing space with others for long periods.
It has a wood burning stove, big french doors and a large bathtub you can get wrinkly in while rejuvenating.
250 Sq. Ft. Seattle Mini Cottage
Images: Boutique Homes
I encourage you to come on in and take the complete tour below:
French Doors Open up to the Back Porch
Check out the traditional locker room storage (above)! Love it..
I also like the reclaimed chairs and all of the nature it opens up to.. There’s much to enjoy here, isn’t there?
Recycled Ship Ladder leads you to the Comfy and Spacious Sleeping Loft
Commercial-like Tiny Kitchen
I love the openness throughout this little studio cottage. Not only is the floor plan open, but so is just about everything in the kitchen. And for me, it works! I think it looks great here. And you always know where everything is. It reminds me of a commercial kitchen (and that, to me, means functional!).
Rustic and Recycled Locker Storage
Wood Burning Stove surrounded by Brick
Who doesn’t enjoy a good fire? For me, it’s WAY better than TV and I think you might agree.
Being in Florida, I don’t get to enjoy being around the fire much so when I do I really appreciate it.
Alright, let me show you the bathroom and we’ll wrap it up…
Images: Boutique Homes
Notice the skylight above which is spectacular. I don’t know about you but something like this is a dream home to me. Simple yet modern and rustic at the same time and very functional. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did!
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Oh my goodness, that bathtub… wow! And a skylight over it? Man….that is freaking awesome! I love the idea. Thanks for sharing. Namaste
Love this little house. Any way to see a floor plan for this awesome little home?
A lot of the space in the house seems wasted. Could have had a staircase for all that. And I know that I would wipe out on that extended hearth within days. Still, there’s a nice style to it, and that bathroom is perfect!
Love what you’ve done with the place! One question, since I’m from Seattle I know that the weather is not like the photos too often. How is it living in this small space when you really can’t spend much time outside?
Where/how do they cook? Wonderfully thought out interior finish.
Yes, it looks nice and it looks like quality products were chosen. It’s nice that it’s a rental. But, it’s not a nice neighborhood. I worked near there 2011-2012 and if I just wanted to go to a place for a nice sandwich lunch place, it was a 2 mile drive. Cycling is not safe in that area, I didn’t bike to work. You’d probably need a lot of time to get around by public transport as a visitor or need a car to get around to other areas.
l love the exterior paint color (dark grey), do the authors or owner know the name and brand of the color or is it custom?
I would also really love to know what the exterior color is on this. Thank you!
Its all very cozy, attractive and functional. I just can’t imagine
the kitchen working; no counterspace or normal sized fridge.
then again, I imagine lost of fresh veggies from the garden
make up for some of that. Beautiful work.
From the beginning of the description before I even saw the pictures, she had me at “large bath tub you can get wrinkly in while rejuvenating”. I scrolled through slowly picking out favorites with each area and patiently awaiting the bathroom with hopes of an old fashioned iron claw tub with the faucet being in the middle. Then the patience paid off, it was indeed a large tub with the faucets in the middle, so what that it was not the iron claw I had imagined but it is the size tub I have stated to my fiance’ I want in our tiny house. Everything else can be small but when we build our tiny house it has to have a tub built for two, no question!! Thank you for sharing this beautiful and very livable tiny design big enough for two and a kitty. Must have a fur baby!!
Lots to like and lots of possibilities to change things to your own liking. Seattle is not the friendliest place to tiny homes, so it’s nice to see that someone has managed to create this little haven.
Does it come with the cat? I want it if it comes with the cat.
I could totally live in this house! Love it! I would change up a few things like the kitchen could be a bit more functional, but everything else would be awesome for me and the fur kids 🙂