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Christopher & Merete's Truly Tiny Kitchen on the Colorado Range — Kitchen…

Christopher and Merete live in a tiny 127-square-foot house on a big stretch of land one hundred miles southwest of Denver. Inspired by the Tiny House movement, they built the home themselves on a very small budget, sourcing materials from local salvage yards, thrift stores, hardware stores and IKEA...
  • Amy Anselmo

    simple and beautiful cabin kitchen. This is all I need...Christopher & Merete's Truly Tiny Home on the Range House Tour

  • Julie Lopez

    Christopher & Merete's Truly Tiny Home on the Range House Tour | Apartment Therapy

  • Jamie

    Hooks Small Kitchen Design Ideas Worth Saving | Apartment Therapy

  • Valerie Croley

    Small Kitchen Design - now I want a cabin or tiny house.

  • Gina Edwards

    tiny home kitchen - love hanging pots and pans

  • Christine Hoffman

    Ideas for the cabin kitchen --> Christopher & Merete's Truly Tiny Kitchen on the Colorado Range Kitchen Spotlight | The Kitchn

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