Small Cottage House Design with Two Bedrooms

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Are there really benefits to living in a small house?  Large houses maybe impressive and may offer more comfort as compared to simple homes. In reality, everybody wants to experience living in a big house for a number of reasons. But unfortunately, not everyone is privileged to that prize. Nevertheless, let us focus on the article featuring a small cottage house design with two bedrooms.

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If you feel stuck in your small house, realize the benefits the smaller house can bring to your family. In fact, a small simple two bedroom house design saves you money that you can expend for other necessities. Furthermore, it is easier to clean, can help build and strengthen relationships and encourages you to live a simpler life.

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Description of Small Cottage House Design with Two Bedrooms

The featured house in this article is a small cottage house design that stands in the middle of a garden lot. You can imagine how cozy the place is being surrounded by plants and trees. Additionally, the exterior façade shines in a signal white color in the entire building with a little touch of brown. The circular columns in light brown shade simply offer a touch of appeal

The design although simple stands graceful with a small open porch with brown ceiling, a wooden entrance door and two small glass window panels.

Meanwhile, the house has the following characteristics:

  • straightforward design in a square concept
  • simple plan with rooms serving multiple functions
  • concept defines practical expressions
  • simple layout yet stylish and appealing
  • maximized and organized space

Interior Concepts

The Living Room

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The Dining Room and Kitchen

Features and House Specifications

The house stands out with finesse and style that includes the following elements:

  • small porch
  • living room
  • dining room and kitchen
  • two bedrooms
  • one bathroom
  • exterior wall with mineral plaster finish in signal white shade
  • hip type roofing assembly
  • garden and landscape

Overall, at the end of the day, it’s not the size of your house that matters, but what you fill it with and the happiness it brings to the family. We cannot buy happiness and comfort.

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