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Oct222012

Tiny house

A tiny house big on style, mighty where it counts. A small footprint, big use of re-use. Reclaiming, recycling, reinventing but definitely not rehashing. Fresh green design capped off with the freshest of new roofs, moss and green ferns. Jessica Helgerson's family home in Sauvie Island, just north of Portland, Oregon. Photography by Lincoln Barbour.

Reader Comments (9)

Absolutely amazing use of space what a great small space adore the library wall and how about the sweet fit of the bath! Love it
Carla

22 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCarla Coulson

What a sweet home! Exactly as you said tiny but big in style!

All those tiny houses are so sweet and lovely and well organized. They bring in mind something of a "mom's" feel!

Great design. Best use of space possible. The kids room seems a bit empty though.

22 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterHolland and Green

Absolutely love it, so cozy and functional. I wish I can do it too.

22 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNikira

This is a great space, beautifully turned out. As a Brit, this is actually bigger than the average terrace (townhouse) and I'd love to have all that space to play with!

22 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterGreer

Tiny Sauvie Island House: get in my belly now!

22 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterHolland

This is definitely a house I can get behind - and what a lovely soaking tub

22 Oct 2012 | Unregistered Commenterrooth

Beautiful!

The bookcase makes for a stunning feature wall, I'm so excited to build myself one!

I'd like to know more about the materials used? Where they were reclaimed and such.

Thanks for sharing!

28 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJeffrey!

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