Who says that you need an entire hue of different colors to make your house attractive in appearance? As this property clearly shows, sometimes monochrome has its own charm which simply cannot be overlooked. In essence what we find is that using the same white color, the house has been tastefully done up inside and out, often opting for different shades of white to give it a touch of glamor.
In doing so, a simplistic charm has been maintained while also ensuring maximal visual appeal. After all, given the color white, we are assured of bright hues since light is reflected to the maximum. Just imagine how sweet it should look cover in white snow – all blended in with the harsh nature of the Northern hemisphere.
Further, when we look inside the property, we find that it has been done up really nicely. The two bedrooms lie in a single floor plan while the bathroom features folding walls that are very rarely seen. Moreover, it has a compost toilet here which means that the house can easily be kept off the grid without any qualms.
The living room looks spacious while the eat-in kitchen is quite compact. Many people might choose to move the dining area into the living room and then add more kitchen storage and counter space. The bathroom features a shower with folding walls, a space-saving idea that is becoming a trend even outside of Scandinavia. The shower walls are hinged to the bathroom walls and fold flat when not in use, freeing up floor space for drying off and dressing. There is also a composting toilet, suggesting that the cottage may be off-grid.
We are pretty sure that this home is not built on metal frame, even though, it would really make it more durable during the heavy snowfall and overall longevity would serve a few generations. However, if you like the concept of this sweat getaway home we are certain it can be constructed on metal carcass – you may want to check with Mäklarringen if that is possible!
Stats: 614 sq. feet , 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms, 1 story.
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