“Tiny Tea House” by the Oregon Cottage CompanyI am so in love with this design I don’t really feel like blogging anything else ☺
I’m collecting ideas for a future home. I’m doing so on this little blog called
Just an factoid: If you’re following us (Small Home Ideas) we are following and liking as “MuMeditation” via my main Tumblr mumeditation.tumblr.com (not as exciting as small home ideas IMHO)
Love & Blessings,
Gabe, Steph & Violet
I’ve blogged this elsewhere but I love it so much I’M BLOGGING IT AGAIN! And there is a photo of the kitchen too so this is still vaguely on topic.
The client for this build is Japanese and wanted something like what she grew up with.
All I can say is, it feels like forever I’ve been waiting for a Japanese tiny house. Japanese interior design is so suited to tiny living. For example:
- Multipurpose spaces - same room can be used for dining, living and sleeping.
- Low furniture - enhances feeling of space in a small area.
- Natural looking finishes - suited to the handmade aesthetic of many tiny houses.
I wouldn’t want to live in a tiny house on a trailer because the idea of composting toilets gross me out and I need a decent-sized kitchen with at least a medium-sized fridge. I would want to live in a compact, efficiently designed house though - maybe a couple of shipping containers? One thing’s for sure though, you wouldn’t catch me living in a McMansion.
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