While researching for our little cabin (the build is hopefully starting this week – I can’t wait to share our latest plans soon), I came across this beautiful tiny house designed by Norwegian company Norske Mikrohus (Norwegian micro house). Just like the tiny house on wheels I shared a few weeks back, the 20 metres square (215 ft2) house has been almost entirely constructed from wood – from the glazed pine panelling on the facade to the wooden fittings inside. This helps the house to connect with the natural surroundings – and gives it a lovely warm feel. But best of all, is the use of space. Designed for four people looking to enjoy short term stays, the cabin is full of clever solutions to ensure maximum use of space – as well as views of the surroundings. Norwegian compact living at its finest! 
One end of the cabin is taken up with a fully functioning bathroom and bunkbed. Notice how a little space has been left at the foot of the bed to provide room for a shoe rack and baggage spot (after all, it’s customary to remove your shoes before entering a home in Scandinavia – is it the same in your country – or home?). A built-in ladder also shields the lower bed for privacy. 
The kitchen has everything you might need for a short-term stay including a sink, portable stove and even a small dishwasher! 
The bathroom has been designed so you can enjoy the surrounding landscape while taking a shower. The narrow sink and cabinet is ideal for small spaces.

I haven’t seen a tiny house with this type of lounge solution before. I love how the sofa is designed to face the windows so you can sit and read or chat while enjoying the view. A foldable wall mounted table can be used as a desk or somewhere to enjoy meals while two drawers pull out for extra storage. 

The table can be boded away so that the space can be converted into a full-length master bed. I’ve been racking my brains over how the extended mattress works – if you’re curious too and would like to know more, you can order the brochure here. 

What a fabulous little house! 

My family and I would be so happy in a little cabin like this – I’m taking notes!

Could you imagine unwinding in one of these? 

Read more about the ‘Rast’ cabin over at Nordisk Mikrohus

Looking for more tiny house inspiration? Check out: 
Ha det så bra! 
Niki
Photography courtesy of Nordisk Mikrohus found via Planete Deco with thanks. 

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While researching for our little cabin (the build is hopefully starting this week – I can’t wait to share our latest plans soon), I came across this beautiful tiny house designed by Norwegian company Norske Mikrohus (Norwegian micro house). Just like the tiny house on wheels I shared a few weeks back, the 20 metres square (215 ft2) house has been almost entirely constructed from wood – from the glazed pine panelling on the facade to the wooden fittings inside. This helps the house to connect with the natural surroundings – and gives it a lovely warm feel. But best of all, is the use of space. Designed for four people looking to enjoy short term stays, the cabin is full of clever solutions to ensure maximum use of space – as well as views of the surroundings. Norwegian compact living at its finest! 
One end of the cabin is taken up with a fully functioning bathroom and bunkbed. Notice how a little space has been left at the foot of the bed to provide room for a shoe rack and baggage spot (after all, it’s customary to remove your shoes before entering a home in Scandinavia – is it the same in your country – or home?). A built-in ladder also shields the lower bed for privacy. 
The kitchen has everything you might need for a short-term stay including a sink, portable stove and even a small dishwasher! 
The bathroom has been designed so you can enjoy the surrounding landscape while taking a shower. The narrow sink and cabinet is ideal for small spaces.

I haven’t seen a tiny house with this type of lounge solution before. I love how the sofa is designed to face the windows so you can sit and read or chat while enjoying the view. A foldable wall mounted table can be used as a desk or somewhere to enjoy meals while two drawers pull out for extra storage. 

The table can be boded away so that the space can be converted into a full-length master bed. I’ve been racking my brains over how the extended mattress works – if you’re curious too and would like to know more, you can order the brochure here. 

What a fabulous little house! 

My family and I would be so happy in a little cabin like this – I’m taking notes!

Could you imagine unwinding in one of these? 

Read more about the ‘Rast’ cabin over at Nordisk Mikrohus

Looking for more tiny house inspiration? Check out: 
Ha det så bra! 
Niki
Photography courtesy of Nordisk Mikrohus found via Planete Deco with thanks. 










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