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It’s been a long time since we’ve updated Tiny Cottage! So much progress! There is still work to be installed, finishing and cleanup, but Tiny Cottage is really nearing completion. Lots of cool updates this week (always the funnest part if you ask me!).
It’s really cute and looks like a small beach house! It has its own private entrance (there is also a garage and an entrance from the house) and there will be a cute new gate on the side of the house that leads to it (and the backyard!).
There will also be a backyard! It’s also very small (small backyard!). I love my little garden. Still I really enjoy my little garden because it’s all I really want to take care of 🙂 I’m so excited about our plans here!
The contractor moved the built-in fireplace to the back to make room for the Tiny Cottage, so I’m glad it’s still part of the backyard.
The paving stones that were formerly used as a patio have been reused and are now paths around the garden. I plan to plant crawling groundcover, hydrangeas, roses and boxwood. More on this later :).
The interior of Tiny Cottage is very bright and cheerful. I love the whole vibe here (especially when the floor is exposed!). The cabinet on the left is used as an extension of the kitchen.They store items in it and store their clean white/copper coffee maker and matching oven toaster There.their frame tv Cute artwork is also displayed on it!
A very nice blue fireplace (as small as a wood stove) is installed in the wall of large windows, with vents through the ceiling. Can’t wait to see it, it will be so cute and cozy!
This is the most charming little kitchenette. I really love it.of Range food and refrigerator I just got in, but I wonder if it will be even cuter? I also like the copper hardware in there. (copper flower knob /// copper drawer handles) holes in the butcher block white cooktop and white cast iron sink.
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The cabinet color is Sherwin Williams Langid Blue.of ceramic wall tiles Gorgeous (they got their own) here but the price seems better here), just a hint of shimmer to reflect light and a beautiful color that perfectly ties cabinets and hardware together.
In fact, it even blends in with the new bubbling fountain in the garden area just outside the kitchenette window. Now my mother can enjoy it from the window and small deck. There are fountains, cute bird baths, bird nests on pillars and plants, and you can go here. Oh, and they’ve installed a beautiful white window box under her kitchen window. I am very happy that she can enjoy this space!
This is the view from our mudroom to the small area that connects our garage, tiny cottage, and our mudroom. Due to fire code requirements here, we had to add a door to make this little hall, and we’re accepting that. From now on, we will call this place Tiny Hall. 🙂 I love quirky little spaces like this. I had something similar in the kitchen of a 1930s English Tudor house. Definitely from an old house and I love it.
I just painted it with Benjamin Moore Smoke. This will also be applied to the mudroom beadboard leading up to this one (stay tuned for that transformation).
Tiny Cottage also has a cute bedroom area and bathroom. I don’t have any pictures yet, but I will share them when I do. We hope you enjoy this update.
Find lots of sources for Tiny Cottage here (The sources are also listed throughout the post. I’ll share the full source list when I’m done!).
Check out our previous post about the mod here.
Read all about how we decided to move into this house with our parents here!