Small And Scandinavian Are Two Words That Best Describes This House
Having a small home doesn’t mean that its design will suffer. This Danish cabin proves just that. An experiment in “simple living,” the architect of this modern 258 sq. ft. cabin built it in just eight months. Despite this, the cabin still exudes the same Scandinavian vibe and aesthetic the region is known for.
The exteriors of the cabin is a whole dark facade with a gabled roof and a large overhang that actually has multiple purposes. Not only is it a shade for the terrace, but also a gutter for proper drainage. The interiors of the cabin are in contrast with its exteriors but still functional in design. It is made of lighter wood with white accents making the space look bright and airy. The cabin has an open layout plan that is equipped with basic amenities such as a sitting area, eating area, kitchen, and bathroom. A sleeping loft that is accessible through a rather unique yet space-saving ladder is also available. The interiors are minimally designed and make use of various recycled materials.
This beautifully-designed cabin is currently on the market for $74,000.
Minimalist but tasteful, this modern Danish cabin shows that tiny houses — be they with or without wheels — do not have to look like a caricature of a country home, and can be modern and functional to boot.
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