Humanity is present everywhere today. There are times when you just want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and retreat to the heart of a forest or to the top of a mountain. A married couple from a big metropolis made the decision to buy a small house in the countryside so that they could escape the hustle and bustle of the city on weekends. They found a good place to stay, but it was too small.
The pair then made a decision about a design. The hut has been completely transformed into a comfortable gîte. They chose to move permanently after falling in love with the surrounding natural region and their new home throughout the work. The house was initially a small hut. The first thing the new owners did was cover the walls with insulation to trap the heat. The foundation has not been changed; only metal structures were added to reinforce it. The most crucial choice was to stop communicating, to the outside, to hide sewer pipes and power lines with removable panels. This greatly increased the interior space.
The chalet now has two floors. They built a kitchen, bone room, toilet and bathroom on the first level. The interior held a lot of intrigue. There was a separate room for the kitchen. The hostess could prepare the meal or just relax with a cup of coffee. The second floor is where the bedroom is located.
Large windows revealed a great view, This revealed a view outside. A house of only 30 square meters appears to be a full-size house due to proper zoning. The couple were delighted with their business project. The current house is located on the edge of a forest. A married couple likes to take a walk outside and breathe in the fresh air at any time of the year. We could all use a little more quiet time. We spend so little time with our family while pursuing our career and financial goals. This couple managed to overcome all the challenges and achieve their dream. Together they realized their dated concept. Now they can relax and catch up while they’re together. The pair also have future plans to finish the yard and add an attic.