RENOVATING DONE RIGHT

RATHER THAN BREAKING DOWN A HOME’S FLAWS, TRY EMBRACING THEM AND TURNING THEM INTO THE HOME’S CHARM POINTS

 When renovating, it’s an obvious choice among most people to completely remove a flaw in their home. There are times, though, when it actually isn’t necessary. Take this tiny home for example. It already has limited living space, yet its interior had this dark pine paneling; making the rooms feel even more cramped than they actually are.

So, one of the major changes in the home was giving its interior a clean white paint job. This helped make the rooms feel more open, alongside with the use of modern and multi-functional furniture. The end result is a small but cozy cottage with redesign choices that help make it feel more spacious than it is. Here’s another little fun thing, this home’s location is known for its bear sightings. Rather than seeing this as just another flaw, the owner decided to use that as a decoration choice as well; hence the bear clock. 

“But rather than focusing on the cottage’s imperfections, I chose to embrace them. I enjoyed the challenge and can honestly say I wouldn’t change a thing about this tiny space. Its imperfections give it such character and charm.”

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