Tiny House in a Landscape

This photograph is actually a a tiny chapel in the mountains and is really beautiful. John Chapman from New Zealand who suggested that I start this feature sent me quite a few tiny churches in a landscape setting and this is my first choice. You will be seeing more of them mixed in with other tiny houses in a landscape in the future.

I wish this photo was larger but you will just have to enjoy it at this size. Remember if you spot a picture that would work for this feature be sure and send it to me as I am always looking for more and your submissions are much appreciated.

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Denise - February 13, 2010 Reply

This is beautiful!! I love the addition of small churches and chapels to your blog ~ just lovely! Thank you for taking Mr. Chapman’s up on his suggestion. Gorgeous picture!

guest - February 13, 2010 Reply

I do not like the idea of religion/churches on this blog, it should be about small houses, not churches as that is what I am interested in, I don’t plan on living in a church.

Steve Hathaway - February 13, 2010 Reply

cool picture, but I agree with ‘guest’ re didn’t come looking for small churches.

—but maybe a link to another page with various small buildings that are not houses? Further exploring how to get buy in smaller buildings is cool.

Bonnie - February 14, 2010 Reply

I like any small building. Any building can give a person ideas about how they would build their dream … or real house.

I’ve been enjoying the “Sunday photos,” whether they’re churches or not.

Geri - February 14, 2010 Reply

A church adds to any setting. I love that you have included them. It rounds out the feeling of community with beauty and grace. I have seen some churches transformed into living structures – they are superb!

Adrienne - February 14, 2010 Reply

Love the little church. I know people here in NZ who have converted and live in small churches. So keep those pictures coming.

Sandi - February 14, 2010 Reply

I Love small country churches….would love to see one that has been transformed as a ‘tiny’ house,also.
This one is charming!

Susan McReynolds - February 17, 2010 Reply

Here in the San Francisco Bay Area we are well-known for challenging belief systems of any kind. However we can still appreciate the beauty of some of the most lovingly crafted tiny buildings around. It has become a very matter of fact notion, that with home prices what they are, MANY folks are converting small churches into habitations, thus taking boarded-up eyesores out of the community mix and turning them in to creative living environs. Churches have a unique design quality to them-not religious per se, but with ornamentation that you wouldn’t normally indulge in. Thank you for bringing all forms of interesting Tiny Design to the web page.

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