Never as in these period when we were forced to stay in our homes, we rediscovered the beauty of living surrounded by nature.
To start this new week in a good mood, we are sharing five amazing projects of small houses totally immersed in the nature.
For other beautiful inspirations about small interiors, you can have a look at:
- this clever small apartment design
- this home showing how to maximize space in a small apartment
- our tips on how to decorate a small living space.
5 Micro houses in the nature
This triangular cabin in Sweden, created by Stedsans In The Woods and designed by Mette Helbaek and Flemming Hansen, offers accommodation in total immersion in nature. All the elements are unique and handcrafted by local artisans and the style is minimalist and inspired by Japan.
Photo: Kira Brandt / Inge Skovdal / Stine Christiansen
2/ Tiny home design
This small prefabricated house designed by ÖÖD totally blends with nature thanks to its mirrored facade. The one-way mirrors totally isolate the interior from being viewed from the outside, but from the inside you can enjoy a 360 degree view over the surrounding forest.
3/ Tiny beach home
This 20m² design wooden mini house was designed by Danish manufacturer Add a Room and decorated by House Doctor . Designed to enjoy the sea view, it is characterize by s Scandinavian style interior in neutral tones which perfectly fits with the sandy surroundings. The interior fits a a living room where you can sleep, a mini kitchen and a shower room.
4/Micro house design
This small wooden and steel house is only 31m² and is created by Estonian company Koda. Entirely built in wood with a structure reinforced in steel, it weights only 11 tons so it can be moved easily and placed wherever you prefer. The interior makes the most of the space, thanks to smart custom size furniture solutions.
5/ Micro small modular house
The Ark Shelter is a small modular house which can be installed in only one day. Built in Belgium, it can be deliverable everywhere in Europe. Its surface is only 40m2 and the design is minimalist but comfortable, playing with black and light coloured plywood.