Small country house - view of the whole rooma trick to make a small country house seem bigger. You need to fill the tiny space with as much natural light as possible. This idea will help glass hatches in the ceiling. They are difficult to install, and their independent potential is not sufficiently effective, but it helps to fill the darkened interiors with light. A pair of Patrick and Sarah Romero Sandy from Utah, created this shining tiny house with an accent of three large pyramidal windows in the attic. So a small country house looks outsidework as video operators. They built a tiny house for three summer months in 2014 with the help of Sarah's father. The young couple said they intended to earn extra income by renting a miniature dwelling for rent. And she tried to make it attractive to potential tenants with the help of aesthetic techniques: “We wanted something really clean, fresh and beautiful - almost beach-like. We like the idea of all white with an abundance of cotton and a color accent in the decor. ” L-shaped kitchen is divided into work areaand a sink area with a stove. A folding table can be folded up, this will give more space for guests. The sofa unfolds and is used as an extra bed. There are also original storage niches that can serve as a seat - in the wall, next to the entrance door. Most walls are occupied by windows. This is how the room looks like with a sofa laid out. The bathroom is located under the attic. Contrary to the tiny room standards, there’s plenty of space. Suddenly spacious bathroom, there is also a window here. And shower stall You can dry your hair while sitting. The bedroom in the attic is simply gorgeous. From here, a stunning view of the sky. The place is great for watching the starfall. The main feature is a bedroom Unique ceiling Accommodation, a little less than 90 m2 created mainly from recycled materials and without the rental of special equipment. This approach allowed to reduce construction costs to the amount of $ 25 thousand. It looks like the roof outside Although there are manysmall houses, local bylaws often become a headache for them. A couple of Romeros experienced their share of trouble with officials. This happened when the building was completed in an ideal place for the spouses. As a result, the structure had to be moved. Accommodation arrested district authorities. The couple fought for several months, trying to find loopholes. But the officials stopped all efforts to find a consensus and notified the spouses of the need to move their house to the permitted zone of the park in order to rent the land legally. Wonderful little country house in the park is notone, there are others nearby. Referring to their experience, Romeros stressed that it is very important to carefully read the local rules, as the authorities of another city may not be so loyal in legalizing mini-buildings. The couple built a magnificent home that demonstrated the other side of economic freedom. And he showed that miniature projects can save money to their tenants or help earn additional funds from tenants. The guys are just great! Do you agree?