Tiny Treasured Spaces

Inspired design turns small homes into tiny treasured spaces.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe bedroom loft is also open over the living space, which matches the open theme of the cabin.
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When Olle and Mary Lundberg bought this property in western Sonoma County, it contained a very small, half-built house. They kept the original footprint, increased the volume and added a huge deck outside. Aesthetically, they have created a "warehouse in the woods" built out of salvaged materials from Lundberg's former projects.

To maximize vertical space and capture the northeast light, Lundberg opened up one entire wall and installed floor-to-ceiling windows. This openness became the theme of the cabin. In the kitchen, everything is out and available to all guests, who often cook along with the Lundbergs.

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