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This Country Style Tiny House in Turkey has Dreamy Interiors

This Country Style Tiny House in Turkey has Dreamy Interiors

The desire for the “biggest, most luxurious, newest” is always going to stay but what we really need is a tiny house where every bit of space is utilized creatively. This is made evident with the Tiny House Country at Turkey-based Boutique Houses Sapanca. On entering this tiny home, you will find it just like a place from the old American movies.

This tiny home is decorated in country style on the inside which attracts the eye instantly. The predominantly used white color palette adds a minimalist yet stylish dimension to interior space while the tiled backsplash in the kitchen is also an attractive addition. The wooden staircase to the mezzanine level is also another refreshing element in the tiny house.

It is the first time a tiny house rental concept is launched in Turkey. The tiny house has a 42-square-meters space and can sleep two people in the loft bedroom. There is a cozy living room, fully equipped kitchen and bathroom with shower on the main level. Guests can also enjoy in the nearby pool.

Also Read: 50 Best Tiny Houses on Wheels That are Downright Inspiring

You can rent the Tiny House Country through Boutique Houses Sapanca’s official website. The rental starts at 2,000 Turkish lira (approximately $230) a night.

This Country Style Tiny House in Turkey has Dreamy Interiors

Image: Boutique Houses Sapanca

This Country Style Tiny House in Turkey has Dreamy Interiors

Image: Boutique Houses Sapanca

This Country Style Tiny House in Turkey has Dreamy Interiors

Image: Boutique Houses Sapanca

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  1. Lora Hayes

    July 16, 2021 at 6:46 am

    How much and how are they delivered? What is the time frame?

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