This wonderful mini cottage is a place to escape the daily grind. Once the owners enter the cottage, light the stove and enjoy the silence, they forget the everyday things. Here you will really relax, even though it is a small house. The mini cottage has been completely renovated into a bright and open house.

Peace and quiet in a mini cottage

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The entire house is painted white inside. This gives much more space and freshness to the interior. The wooden floor just brings more warmth.

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What do you actually need in a holiday home? A place to relax, a place to cook, enjoy the outdoors, a place to wash and sleep. The basic requirements are sufficient for a holiday home.

This mini cottage has it all on a surface of 39 square meters. Unbelievable, how you can fit everything in such a small place.

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The house is filled with wicker furniture, wooden furniture and design. Design should not be missed in a Scandinavian interior. Useless decorations make room for elements of nature such as plants, rocks and more.

Outside there is space to relax under a shade cloth in wicker sofas and chairs. The perfect place for daytime but also at night, in summer and winter.

The outdoors is very important here because the house is so small, you tend also to make greater use of the space around the house. A terrace, a patch of grass, a vegetable garden, you name it. You can make out so many different areas that the become part of your home.

Images via boligmagasinet

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