Design of a small private house from Room To Move
The design of a small private house, many prefer to do on their own. This impulse is most often dictated by the desire to save money. But there is another category of homeowners, who prefer to shift all these concerns to professionals.
By order of the client, the builder and carpenter Jeff Hobbs from Room To Move created this house using a number of technologies, his own experience and skill. We offer a detailed review of the resulting room.
The house is assembled from structural isolated blocks. On the roof there is a solar panel with a capacity of 600 W, as well as a water supply system. The heating of water is mainly due to the energy of the sun.
Power supply and water supply
Laundry equipment and other necessary tools are stored in the storeroom on the side of the house - a great way to save space and add functionality to less used space.
Pantry in a small private house
A highlight of a zone of rest - a sofa. Its design is practical. In addition to the usual containers for storing bedding, this relatively small sofa by moving wooden blocks and double pillows turns into a large bed that can serve as a main and guest bed.
Sofa with movable storage boxes
The kitchen looks rather spacious due to the large windows. In the daytime, nothing prevents the penetration of light inside. There is a gas cooker for two burners with a built-in oven and a small built-in wardrobe.
The bathroom is equipped with a stationary shower.
A large loft is assigned to the bedroom. Two large windows in an inclined roof, in addition to natural lighting, provide access to the roof for revision of the water supply system and solar panels.
Bedroom in the attic
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