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Welcome to the Tiny Cottage (the 400 square foot tiny cottage addition that was added to our home for my parents’)! After sharing the empty tour, I promised you another tour once they got settled in! I’m so excited to be back again today to share the Tiny Cottage with you.
As all homes tend to do, I’m sure their 400 square foot tiny cottage will continue to evolve with their needs, but I am in awe of how personal, adorable and functional it is for them already! They planned so many details in advance and found clever ways to maximize such a small footprint without sacrificing their style or comfort. In fact, we had family gathered there for a movie night and it was comfortable for everyone! It’s not just a space for two, it’s designed for family!
How precious is it with their cozy Christmas and winter touches? I love how festive and merry it feels, yet it’s also spacious and comfortable at the same time.
I will have future additional posts highlighting specific details about the Tiny Cottage. In fact, I will ask my parents to share their tips and ideas for storage, function and style a tiny space!
And I want them to pose for a photo, too :). They look so cute in the Tiny Cottage!
Today I am thrilled to share the Tiny Cottage at Christmas.
Enjoy the tour photos below, and feel free to leave a comment or question for my parents to read! 🙂
Watch a VIDEO tour below!
- You can read all about the story of the Tiny Cottage and find more details in the empty tour post.
- You will find a SOURCE LIST at the end of today’s post (some items are antiques or collected over time but I’ll add what I can find!)
We didn’t snap photos of the bathroom/laundry this time, but you can see that space in the empty tour HERE!
Entry and Sitting Room Sources:
Fireplace: Jotul Brand in Sky Blue
Chairs / Table / Sofa: Home Depot Hampton Bay (exact sale appears unavailable but that is the brand)
Paint Colors and Floors:
Walls: Simply White
Kitchen Cabinets: Languid Blue Sherwin Williams
Floors: European White Oak (We got it locally through a flooring shop, unfortunately I wasn’t able to get a link to it nor find a brand name online to share it but it’s European white oak, engineered wood! It had a matte feel and finish so it has a nice casual / beachy feel).
Bathroom / Laundry Sources:
Subway Tile in Bathroom (Ours was called Arctic White #0190 but there’s a similar color)
Find lots of the Tiny Cottage sources in my Amazon folder HERE.
See all of our previous posts about the remodel HERE.
Read whole story of how we decided to move to this house with my parents here!
Credit : Source Post