Images: TKP Architects / Emily Minton Redfield
Big thanks to one of our readers Spencer for sending this small mountain cottage by TKP Architects in. Not tiny, but still small, and absolutely gorgeous. At just 450 square feet, I’m amazed at what they were able to do with this.
Architecture and Interior Design by TKP Architects
Construction by Old Greenwich Builders
Read the original story on this little cottage over at Mountain Living.
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If you know me you already know that I love it when old things are renovated, rehabbed and transformed into something that can be used today. For me, this is more amazing than a brand spanking new tiny home with materials from any of the big name home improvement stores (although I still enjoy those a lot, too). There’s just something about taking some old and putting in the labor to bring it back to life that makes it extra special. More info on this circus caravan turned to tiny cabin here.
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I love Airstreams because they’re such a great example of what you can do with something that already exists. But not only that, if you’re like me and you like to travel on the road, this is a much better option for you than building a stick built house on a trailer because of weight and aerodynamics.
But this particular Airstream doesn’t usually go anywhere. It sits in the backyard of a home in Ashland, Oregon and is available as a vacation rental. So I’m not sure that they’ll let you tow and go with it!
Rent this Airstream here.
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