Rent this Magical and Tiny Storybook Cottage for Your Next Nashville Vacation
You have to take a look inside this storybook small cottage home that sits on eight acres in Leiper's Fork, which is just a short scenic thirty-minute drive south of Nashville, Tennessee. The proximity of this tiny house building makes this rental a perfect getaway for recording artists and entertainment professionals who are looking for some peace and quiet during their stay in Nashville. The small cottage home features cathedral ceilings, with one bedroom, plus a loft and one bathroom with just over 800 square feet of living space. The master bedroom in this small cottage home has a king size bed, while the loft in this tiny house building features two twin size beds. In addition to the one full bathroom in this small cottage home, there is a charming, private, outdoor shower located off the back enclosed porch. The kitchen in this charming small cottage home is stocked with everything that you need, from a bottle opener to all the pots and pans you need, baking dishes to forks and knives. You can enjoy a cup of coffee on the back enclosed porch, read a book or take a nap in the hammock and make some s'mores over the outdoor fire pit. This small cottage home is available to rent for $175 per night.
When it comes to decorating a small cottage home or tiny house building, there are some design tips to make your home work for you. Think up, and not out. If you love books to consider adding a bank of extra-tall shelves that go from the floor to ceiling. Put your pantry on display. And if you have no space for a pantry, just outfit a utilitarian shelving system with some breathable baskets that can corral everything from various items to include produce, canned goods, dry goods like flour and sugar. For even more versatility, you can try a wire basket storage cart equipped with casters, which will make it possible to roll it out of sight when it is not in use. In your small cottage home, you can utilize the area under the stairway. This overlooked part of the small cottage home has tons of pack-it-in potential. You can incorporate drawers to help maximize the often-overlooked space.
In your tiny house building, you can hang your draperies as high as you can. Hang your draperies high in your small cottage home to help make your ceilings look higher than they are. To use this trick place a drapery rod really close to the ceiling, about two inches below the crown molding will do the trick. You will want to be sure to extend the drapery rod at least four inches on either side of the window so that the window will appear wider and allow in more light. Invest in smart furniture. With nooks and crannies everywhere you look, a bed with storage can add ample storage to a bedroom. Make your walls work overtime. Use shelves to add extra storage to your small cottage home. It doesn't matter how big the shelf is, use every space in your tiny house building efficiently to store things nicely. Use every inch of storage space. Maximize the efficiency in a small kitchen by installing a wall-mounted shelf to help keep baking supplies off the counter but within easy reach. Inside kitchen cabinet doors, pin-up items to be kept out of sight, such as sponges, rubber gloves, and plastic bags.
You will find this small cottage home available for rent at the VRBO site. On the site, you will find tiny house buildings, small cottage homes, wood cabins and so much more available for rent across the country. **
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