This little white cottage located in a green and mountainous region of Oregon was completely remodeled by designer Sarah Phipps. The interior has an eclectic-feminine style which was created on a budget using secondhand finds and preserving the home's original materials whenever possible.
Although its square footage was limited, function and style are packed into every corner. The home includes two sitting areas, a master bedroom, one bathroom, kitchen, separate dining, and even a desk area. Clever design techniques were used to define each space. Take a full tour of the home below.
The home opens up to the main living space, and immediately you're won over by its charm. The original brick chimney and a new gas stove in white are a focal point. The Douglas Fir floors are original but refinished to bring out their shine. The open concept also includes a breakfast bar and dining area.
This area of the home was an addition, the sofa folds out into a queen-sized bed to host guests. The space is lovely and bright thanks to vaulted ceilings, framed windows, and two pendant lights hanging from the ceiling.
The dining area in the open concept living space is defined with a built in bench and bold wallpaper. Industrial chairs and a vintage dining table complete the look.
The kitchen backsplash is made from original wood planks that were found during the home's renovation. Arranged in a pattern behind the open shelving, the pink planks are mimicked in the too-cute-for-words pink refrigerator.
Even in a small home such as this, little corners can but utilized to maximize function. A vintage writing desk was placed in this space for a tiny but usable office area.
The old claw foot tub was found on a used furniture website and came with the on-trend brass fixtures. A pedestal sink is a great space saver when dealing with a small bathroom.