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Tiny Garden Shed Transforms From Eco Office into Guest Cottage

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This sweet little guest bedroom doubles as an office when not in use. The tiny cottage in a Bainbridge Island back yard was featured on the recent green home tours presented by the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild.

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The simple, straightforwardly constructed 200-square foot space was designed by Russ Hamlet and built by Geoffrey Hobert for the Rolling Bay Land Co.

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A delightful green roof was installed in a well-defined container bed so that it fills the full roof space.

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When there are no guests, it is a pleasant sized garden office, separate from the main house.

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When used as a guest cottage, the murphy bed just pops down from the wall. A really tiny amount of space can do.

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Its eco credentials include all eco materials like salvaged wood flooring, denim insulation, corrugated metal siding, a green roof, rain barrels for rainwater collection, LED lights – and of course: its tiny resource-conserving size.

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