Mr.V's Dream Cottage Blue prints and costs

For Mr.V's dream cottage I decided to come up with a tall roof house so more sunshine will come in. I have two bathrooms, one kitchen, one playroom (when guest are over it will turn into a guest room), one master bedroom, and lastly two kids bedroom. I have one main door and one back door leading out into the lake. I have two windows on each of the sides of the house. On the sides of the house that do not have a front or back door they have a third window in the middle of the two that is extra big to let in more light. I have decided to make it a big cabin with the dimensions of 10 m x 10 m. After having a simple layout of the cottage I drew a simple blue print of what I want it to look like.

This is my blueprint of my cottage from a birds eye view
This is my blueprint of my cottage from a side view and from a front view

After finishing my blueprints I got to create a 3D model of my cottage in a site called Tinkercad. On tinkercad my scale was 1 cm = 1 m, I kept it very simple with the scale since tinkercad was not responding. Using tinkercad I was able to out walls into my house and I got to add windows and a pyramid roof.

This is my house on Tinkercad showing multiple sides of the house

Here are some views of my cottage from different perspectives. I used each perspective to help me find out the cost of the Celestial Blue paint, the heating, and the shingles for the roof.

This is the top perspective of my house, just showing the roof
This is the perspective of the inside of my house
View of the front of my house
View of the back of my house
View of the right side of my house
View of the left side of the house

To find the cost to fix up this cottage I would have needed to find the surface area to find out how much the Celestial Blue would cost, the volume to find out how much the heating would cost, and the area to find out how much the shingles cost.

This is the work for my roof, heaters, and the paint

In the end we will need to pay 3,053.7114 euros! This includes the 115.7114 euros for the paint, the 481 euros for the roof, and the 2,457 euros for the heaters for three months of winter Canadian fun! Now you have three months of cold fun in a brand new cabin!

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