At 240-square-feet, the miniature turquoise house features vintage stained glass windows, plush seating areas, a porcelain bathtub, and a sleeping loft with a king-size bed. The house is covered in gorgeous wood detailing, a design effect that makes the house feel like a luxurious cabin in the woods. There’s a small two-seater dining table in the kitchen, but you’re more likely to eat out on the side patio, where you can jump in the the circular hot tub for a post-dinner soak.
This tiny cottage is located in Canyon Lake, Texas. It's just minutes from Guadalupe River, which is a popular spot for rafting, fly fishing, and canoeing. The exterior of the house was modelled after a classic Victorian, yet the bright turquoise panels make the home look like it belongs on a street in St. John's.
The living room is outfitted with a plush sofa and a matching tufted ottoman, which provides extra seating when hosting a group. The stand-out features are the vintage stained glass windows, which bring in light while also providing privacy. No need for curtains!
The kitchen is covered in gorgeous antique wood. It squeezes in an induction cooker, microwave, coffee maker, and refrigerator. To make the most of the house’s limited square-footage, the ladder to the sleeping loft doubles as open shelving.
The sleeping loft is nestled into the peak of the house and features a stunning wooden banister. Since there was no space for bedside tables on either side of the large bed, two sconces offer light for nighttime reading.
Even the bathroom has a stained glass window! And unlike many tiny homes, it was decked out with a bathtub.
This charming backyard would be a great spot to host a barbecue or spend a summer evening soaking in the hot tub.
The front of the house is full of plenty of charming architecture details, like the gingerbread trim, decorative columns, and white door that pops against the turquoise panelling.