Sometimes the Right Choice of Color Is What Makes All the Difference

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Sometimes the Right Choice of Color Is What Makes All the Difference



This "Little Yellow Cottage" is located on the perfect piece of property with lots of flower gardens and trees. The cute tiny cottage with the yellow paint and the white trim looks perfect surrounded by lovely flower gardens, and matching yellow flowers. The tiny cottage looks to be about 150 to 200 square feet, a great size to use as a guest house, or possibly as a tiny vacation home to get away on weekends from the rush of the city.

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This tiny yellow cottage looks like it is located in Sweden, where allotment gardens also known as community gardens are popular. In Sweden for the family, the plot of land is a uniting bond where all the members of the family can meet for shared work and leisure. The father in the family who may be tired with the cramped living space at home, may take pride and find happiness having a garden where he can take his family into the fresh air and nature and be responsible for a little plot of earth where he can grown his garden. It's fun to imagine this little garden shed as a place where people keep their gardening tools and garden together as a family in this beautiful spot.

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