14'x16' guest cottage designed to complement a 1910 bungalow in Tampa, FL. The cottage is set on brick piers, has a 5-Vcrimp metal roof, cypress siding and Craftsman design elements. It
has a studio apartment type layout with a sleeping/ living area and a 3/4 bath. There is an option to have a kitchenette, but this unit was built with a storage area instead. It is perfect for housing guests, an elderly parent, or grown children in need of their own space but not yet able to afford their own place. See a video of the shed construction at: http://historicshed.com/2011/10/video-of-the... #guestcottage#tinyhouse#mancave
Can you turn the table and chairs 90 degrees to break up the lines. everything is going in
the same direction. That might give room for a couple of chairs facing the sofa for more seating. Use a footstool with a nice serving tray as a cocktail table. Add this to my above comments. It is a beautiful space. Just needs a little tweaking.