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Tweeness Reigns Supreme in This Norwegian Country Home

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Thanks in large part to a roof seeded with wildflowers and grasses, it's easy to miss this sweet little cluster of cabins tucked away in a small village just outside Oslo, Norway. The weekend getaway for locals Liv and Jan Krogstad boasts a guest house, a workshop, a farmhouse, and a (ridiculously adorable and gingerbread-esque) granary.

The retreat is relatively simple and traditional—decorated with "classic Norwegian painted plates" and "carved breadboards"—but tastefully renovated in the main house, with many a wall knocked down to help open up the space for frolicking, clogging, and other such merriments befitting a place like this.

· What Country Living Looks Like in Norway [Country Living]
· All Micro Homes posts [Curbed National]