This charming small townhouse in Denmark is located in an alley near the center of the Danish port city of Holbaek. The townhouse was built in 1894 and has since been modernized, but it still has a lot of remaining charm. There are 527 square feet on the two levels of the tiny home. Both the exterior and interior have a look and feel of their own that make the tiny house space feel cozy, yet spacious. On the exterior, the walls are a yellow colour with red/brown doors and trim, that look good together. Inside there are light wood floors, white walls and a nice wood stove to heat up the tiny house space. The kitchen cabinets are made of wood, and upstairs you will find some exposed wood beams that also compliment the space. Stairs lead to the upstairs bedroom and office space that has two desks, and plenty of drawers and shelving throughout.
This small townhouse makes good use of space it has by using smart storage ideas. The home might be small but it doesn't feel cluttered, it feels modern, with lots of character with the use of colour, modern appliances and natural light. The outdoor backyard patio on this tiny house is great, it is an extension of the downstairs open kitchen, living, dining area, and offers more seating, thus making the tiny house space even larger. This is a good example of how you can take a tiny house space and make it your own, through the simple use of colour, texture, light, furniture and good storage.
You may think that with all these small houses and tiny houses around that they would all look the same, but that is simply not the case. In each tiny house design, there is no lack of the amount of detail you see in every nook and cranny. The square footage of a house is no indication to the amount of unique detail and design features you will find. And with so many tiny house designs to look at, you will constantly come across tiny homes and small houses that continue to raise the bar when it comes to any tiny house design.
It shows that design is about all aspects of a tiny home, whether it be a larger sized home or a tiny house. It doesn't matter if the tiny house or small house is used for full time living, a backyard guest house, a holiday home, artist painting studio, or writers cabin, everything that goes into a tiny house is important. From the building materials, you use to build your tiny house, to the property you choose to build your tiny house, and how you are going to compliment that location that you build. Tiny house design just keeps getting better and better all the time. It makes you rethink how you use your space, from how you are going to store everything you own, to what you see when you walk into a tiny house and all of the aspects of your small home design.