On the coast of Jutland, Denmark is a harbor lined with tiny cabins that were once used for fishermen to store their gear and catch a nap. Now that most of them are unused, they’re slowly being converted into amazing tiny houses that families are using as their summer home. This navy blue one caught our eye with its classic lines and lush landscape.
Inside, the tall ceilings make the home feel spacious and open. The wood walls are stained a light shade to let the natural pine wood shine through which is perfect for a coastal cottage. The dining area has a long built-in bench for buffet-style eating with pendant lights hanging overhead.
The home’s kitchen is nicely equipped with sleek cabinets, a stove and oven, and a full-sized refrigerator on the opposite wall. You have plenty of room for storage in this kitchen with both cabinets and drawers available.
The bathroom has a mounted sink to save on floor space and a modern toilet and shower stall.
Not shown in the pictures are the bedroom and the sleeping loft giving you space for up to 4 people to sleep in the cottage. We love that someone took what was old and neglected and breathed new life into it!
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