Guess what the interior of the hut in the forest can be
Tiny houses are not new, but this interior of the hut is special. In fact, the structure itself can be considered a regress to the origins, when people wandered by caravans and lived in shepherds' huts as reindeer herders or drove the animals to new pastures.
Thomas Alabaster from Suffolk in England built this modern pastoral hut and decorated it with a hatch for additional natural lighting, along the entire roof.
Such a bright first floor
Alabaster said that he has long had a love for abandoned sheds, which are surrounded by almost untouched nature.
In appearance, and do not guess the content
Thomas grew up in the countryside, always loved English summer and with pleasure retired to a secluded place, closer to the thickets. He often spent time reading in a dilapidated shed at the back of the garden or found an abandoned bench. He was so fond of shelters and wild nature that he embodied similar ideas in his small projects, if the customers did not mind.
This modern version of the shepherd's hut is in a secluded place. The house is finished with galvanized steel sheets.
Here is such a wall, transparent and overlooking a lot of light
The form of the hut is classical, only with a truncated roof. It has a long hatch. This technique fills the interior with light. The only complication is the need to wash the glass.
Place for cooking
The glass wall adds even more light. Almost entirely white interior gives the impression of air and free. In one corner there is a simple kitchen area with a two-burner stove and a small fridge.
Behind the compact door opposite the bed is a bath covered with zinc panels.
Door to the bathroom
The bathroom itself, lined with galvanized sheets
According to information from the owner's website, the construction of this spacious shepherd's hut cost $ 20,000. Such data is published on the site of the developer.
Very blue sky, now inside, probably, especially light
However, as well as at night
If necessary, the author can repeat the project for the customer or use the concept. Something can be changed and supplemented, it depends on the future customer. A minimalist, light tiny house, inspired by the shepherds' hut concept, is an ideal place for relaxation and relaxation in the silence of nature.
Have you ever wanted to suddenly get away from everything and get into something like this?