Your Own Tea Room in a 134 Sq. Ft. Japanese Tiny Home?
One of my favorite new tiny house builders is the Oregon Cottage Company led by architect Todd Miller.
This tiny home that I’m showing you today was completed for a client of his who wanted a home that she could afford and love. She also grew up in Japan, so she wanted something that would really make her feel at home.
She really wanted a tea room. But this is a huge challenge when you’re designing a 134-square-feet house. So Todd proposed to combine the living space with the tea room. And it worked!
There’s a built-in warming hearth for the tea kettle on the floor and all of the mechanics are hidden underneath. Plus there’s even some storage that you can use underneath this area for other things. Let me show you.
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photo by Vesa Iikkanen
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Awh, i miss living out in the cabin in the woods. Cant wait to get back there when the winter is over! :) Living without electricity nor running water and 13 km to the nearest neighbor is amazing!
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