The interior of a private small house - design ideasThe interior of a small private house provides many opportunities for designer creativity. This cottage with an area of just over 65 m2, designed by Kazuhiko Kishimoto from Asa Studio, looks very spacious thanks to the ingenious use of space, the laws of perspective and materials. Its secret is a snow-white interior, an open layout and a hip roof with a light window. The dining area is located in the center of the house, and the bright kitchen consists of a glossy island and a sink with a hob. Snow-white kitchen - nothing extra Bath andthe bedroom is located at opposite ends of the house and hidden from prying eyes, while the walls and doors do not limit them. A glass door separates the bathroom, and light enters the bedroom from the living room. New premises are opening up as you move around the house. Straight walls and corners visually push the space, and the game of glossy and velvety finish gives softness to the design. Open laconic layout Light penetrates all corners of the housethat the living area is decorated with wood, as well as the exterior of the house, it seems that it is located outside the building. From the green lawn it is separated only by a glass wall. The bathroom also has wooden finishes, and the large window opens onto the terrace. View of the terrace from the bathroom Through a low passage you get into the best part of the house - a Japanese-style room with a panoramic view. Panoramic room Japanese Style Room Entry Miniature but cozy cottage Planning a house A house with a small area can be functional, spacious and comfortable. To learn how to achieve this, subscribe to our updates!