Rustic Feeling From The Tiny House On Sauvie Island

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We dream about big luxury houses, but when reality hits we realize we have to adapt to small spaces and try earning room with every trick possible. But the Tiny Touse on the Sauvie Island is the perfect exercise to learn that sometimes it doesn’t matter anything else than your imagination and good taste in choosing the right elements. The place is on an agricultural island, so the rustic feeling is so present.

Jessica Helgerson, the designer, wanted to give the home a fourth chance (as it was the built in the 1940s and suffered several transformations), by reusing almost all the reclaimed materials, which totally gives it that old special look. The 540 square feet aren’t much, but surprisingly, the house doesn’t look crowded at all.

The furniture and decorations are the ones to make the white rusted interior feel like a home. It’s a nice joyful place perfect for a sweet family that loves simplicity and knows how to enjoy the small pleasures of life. Everything, plus the green decor, to make you totally fall in love with this Tiny House.


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