On the Cornish coastline is a very special house. This tiny shepherd’s hut was built entirely by its owner and several awesome friends who were willing to lend a hand in its creation.
With the corrugated metal siding, rustic windows, traditional wheels, and the old-fashioned bench outside, you immediately get a feeling that you’ve stepped back in time.
This shot is so cool! This is literally the view you would get if you were lounging around on the bed looking out at the living area and the kitchen. You can pretty much see the entire interior from here. It’s tiny for sure, but looks so cozy!
This beautifully framed shot showcases how the bed has been tucked away in its own little nook. It is thus its own space, but still is connected to the main area. It is raised up above the floor with the area underneath left open for storage.
The handcrafted sink is breathtaking and does a lot to enhance the ambiance of the house.
I can’t imagine how cozy it feels relaxing on the couch while enjoying the warmth of the furnace!
Another feature which stands out in this shot is the mini fridge and freezer unit. The bright red is a surprising color choice with the other hues in the home being so subtle. The contrast with the cool blue of the cabinets is startling. But it complements the red in the couch and the bedspread, thus working with those hues as a unifying element.
Here at last is a picture which shows off the bed nook! The open space underneath is currently being used to store a couple of stools. Around the edges of the bed are storage cabinets. This is a very smart, space-efficient design which is also cute and cozy!
In fact, I’ve used the word “cozy” a few times now to describe this lovely little shepherd’s hut. But what other word could better sum up the quaint, charming atmosphere and design?
Below, you can watch a video tour of the hut:
I highly recommend watching it from start to finish. You’ll not only get a better look at the kitchen, living area and bed nook, but you’ll also get to see the waterfall-style shower and some other cool, unexpected features.
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