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
Video: Fisherman’s warehouse built into a BEAUTIFUL tiny cottage in Denmark fishing port
Isn’t this house awesome?
In my opinion, this is what tiny homes would look like if they were legal as primary residences in most areas.
It’s a great design because it’s very versatile.
It has a main floor bedroom, full kitchen, bath, and living area.
Not to mention plenty of storage throughout…
And a proper (and private) outdoor space.
But you also have an additional loft area that you can use for additional sleeping space (children?) or for storage or even as a hobby/office space.
That’s why we need more spaces like this to be legal to build as a primary residence!
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By the way, this tiny house is available as a vacation rental through Esmarch.
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