If you didn't know any better, you might think you are in an English coastal cottage.
But the small house of Ann-Marie and Mats is situated in a small town not far from the extensive beaches of the peninsula of Eiderstedt, in Northern Germany.
The house, which dates back to around 1780, has been renovated by the couple.
With the brick façade and the handmade wooden windows in the nordic style, the typical character of this area has been preserved.
Inside, it is now a light-flooded new building with an open floor plan, natural materials such as wood and linen,
white concrete floors with underfloor heating and other modern conveniences.
Ann-Marie, Mats and their two daughters spend their free time here from time to time,
but mostly it is rented out to discerning holiday guests who are looking for a feeling of space not only in the nature, but also within the four walls.