Reading room? Home office? Playroom for the kids? Artists’ retreat? Sewing room? There are lots of ways to use this tiny cottage.
Who doesn’t want to have his own private space and be away from the madding crowd once in a while? Well, if you work at home, love reading or into crafts, this tiny cottage can be the space you’ve been wanting. What makes this project more amazing is that you can DIY it!
The owner of this beautiful cottage uses it as a studio for her craft projects.Together with her husband, they built this tiny cottage inside a warehouse because it was too cold at the time they were constructing it. They built it in panels, so they could dismantle it when it’s time to transport it outside.
It’s not a complicated process. In fact, the owner made a complete set of plans which you can download if you want to build your own tiny cottage!
But of course, you can always look at this as an inspiration to design your tiny cottage. You can also put in some personal touch to make it uniquely your own.
Do you want to build your own creative space? Check our gallery and get a closer look at how they made this charmingly tiny cottage 🙂
- Timber of different sizes
- Door and Windows
- Primer and Paint
- Screws and Nails
- Roof Metal Sheet
- Measuring Tape
- Nail Gun
- Carpenter’s Level
- Table Saw
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Thanks to Backwoods Cottage for this great project. You can get step by step instructions here…
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