Yes, That’s Actually Its Name And Yes, It Is Indeed A Micro House!
A documentary about minimalism is what inspired the owner of this lovely home to build her very own farm-inspired microhouse. Situated in a farm in southern Norway, the 236 sq. ft. home was actually started by the owner herself but was eventually completed by a Norwegian tiny house company in just four months for $109,990.
The tiny home has Scandi interiors and makes use of neutral tones with wooden accents. For something small, the tiny home is actually spacious inside. A sitting area can be found upon entry with high ceilings and lots of windows. There is also a small desk and a roomy kitchen. The microhouse incorporates lots of functional furniture to maximize storage space. One example of this is the staircase which also serves as a closet and a litter box. The tiny house also has a loft which serves as the sleeping space and an incinerating toilet.
Having lived in her tiny house for over a year now, Johansson says that she’s very happy with the way things have turned out, and hopes to inspire others to do the same