There’s a reason why the tiny house revolution is so popular. These pint-sized dwellings are only slightly larger than a bread box (okay, way larger than a bread box…but still much smaller than a regular house!), are inexpensive, and utilize ingenuity.
They are truly remarkable — and adorable — pieces of modern architecture.
We recently stumbled upon one mini house that’s truly exquisite. Designer Torsten Ottesjö built this 269 square-foot micro-home. He may be Swedish, but there’s nothing Ikea-like about this gorgeous, nature-inspired home, which looks like it just sprouted from the ground — other than its affordability and attractiveness!
Check out the stunning pictures of this elegant home, and learn what makes this beautiful space so special. Make sure to also SHARE these extraordinary images with everyone you know!
This cute 269 square-foot home is the perfect living space for two…
...but it fits guests comfortably as well.
It can withstand all kinds of weather.
Its interior isn't too shabby either.
The house has curved walls, which seam together with the floor, creating a sense of airiness and naturally curved seating space.
It has a kitchen, dinner table, hallway, and other cool functions…
Like great lighting…
...and a comfy bedroom!
But the best part is that the home is freestanding, so it can be moved anywhere…
Even though it gives the impression that it simply sprouted from the ground below!
Isn’t life grand?
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