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She bought a tiny shed then turned it into the most stunning farmhouse for her family

October 14th, 2020

If you have ever considered living in a tiny home, you’re not alone!

It certainly seems to be the new craze nowadays! But we have to say, it really isn’t a bad idea.

Fortunately, there are a ton of places to look for inspiration, and even motivation, when it comes to living tiny.

Additionally, there are also several places to look when you’re in the stages of decorating your home, whether big or small!

On a YouTube channel called, “Living it Country,” a woman named Holly shares information on how to live, you guessed it, country.

But the channel isn’t full of rodeos and cowboys. Rather, Holly uses the channel for DIY projects inspired by country life, thrifting, home tours, cleaning, and more!

It sounds like she has her hands full!

Not only does the channel currently have over 6 million views, she’s also a wife and a mother to two children!

In one episode called, “Shed to Tiny Farmhouse,” Holly takes viewers on a tour of her friend’s, Jori, tiny farmhouse.

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Jori and her family decided to convert a “little over 400 square foot” shed into a home.

“You guys are gonna get so many ideas and inspiration from Jori. She has done an incredible job with her husband making this house a home. I absolutely love it,” Holly says before the tour begins.

Jori begins by standing outside the beautiful white farmhouse. Viewers might not be able to tell but she discloses that the house is actually on wheels!

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Though she and her husband purchased the shed, the couple designed the entire interior themselves.

To start, the family has a stunning view from their porch. Jori decided to paint the porch white even though she has to paint a couple of times throughout the year in order to keep it looking fresh and new.

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But the added curtains make it feel like a screened-in porch where the couple can relax after a long day.

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Once inside, you immediately enter the living and kitchen area. The two share the same space and though it might seem a bit too tight for some, consider it an open-concept area.

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The walls are covered in shiplap and wooden beams. This, of course, creates a farm-like, cozy feel which is exactly what they were aiming for.

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The kitchen is quite large and contains full-sized appliances. Though Jori states that there is little storage space in the living room, there are cabinets and storage options in the kitchen.

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Jori’s son’s room is incredibly spacious for the 3-year-old. Not only did Jori build his bed, but she also built the steps that lead up to the little one’s sleeping quarters.

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In addition, they have a full-size bathroom which is great for this family of three.

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Conveniently, the full-size washer and dryer are just outside of the bathroom. How awesome is that?

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Last but not least is the master bedroom. True to form, the bedroom contains a full-size king bed!

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We must say, this place looks quite cozy for a tiny house. The family truly captured the essence of living in a country farmhouse!

You can see their tiny farmhouse for yourself in the video below!

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Sources: Living it Country, Jori Wilkinson

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