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I transformed a cave into my luxury tiny home… but I’ve noticed a very surprising flaw

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A WOMAN who turned a cave into a tiny luxury home has revealed a surprising flaw.

Louise Aqua shared a tour of the stunning home on TikTok – showing off a plush sitting room, full-sized bed and a cosy bathroom.

Louise Aqua shared a tour of the stunning home on TikTok

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Louise Aqua shared a tour of the stunning home on TikTokCredit: TikTok/@louise_aqua
Louise kitted out the unusual home with potted plants and suspended chairs

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Louise kitted out the unusual home with potted plants and suspended chairsCredit: TikTok/@louise_aqua

She even kitted out her unusual home with a wine rack, potted plants and comfy chairs suspended from the rocky ceiling.

But she revealed a surprising downside to living in the cave.

One of the drawbacks to living inside a cave is the condensation and liquid which can creep in through the cracks – and the darkness.

But Louise, from the Netherlands, said blinding sunshine still beams in – and sometimes it stops her from sleeping.

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Louise shared snippets of her life inside the cave – and TikTok users flooded the comment section of her videos with questions about her way of living.

The most commonly asked questions was whether it got chilly inside the cave.

One asked: “It looks so cool! But, isn’t cold in there?

Louise replied: “Nope.”

Others asked if spiders were an issue – but Louise said: “No, as long as you keep it clean.”

Her followers were very impressed by the incredible transformation – with many saying it was their “dream house”.

One said: “It’s my hobbit dream coming trueeeee!”

Another wrote: “Wow so beautiful.”

A third commented: “I want this right now!!!”

It comes after a former businessman quit his job and transformed an 800-year-old cave into his dream home after receiving a devastating diagnosis of MS.

Angelo Mastropietro braved all the odds to turn the abandoned cave into a spectacular house – dubbed The Rockhouse Retreat.

The unusual home was the first 21st century cave house retreat in Britain – and was sculpted 800 years ago before it was abandoned in 1960.

Angelo spent £100,000 single-handedly remodelling the building – fitting the striking space with underfloor heating, running water and high-speed WiFi.

Another couple turned a cave into their dream home after buying it for only £1.

After being denied a loan from ten banks, Alexia Lamoreux and Lotte van Riel decided to work for three years to make the money needed to renovate the unique property.

The couple bought their cave home, previously owned by his aunt, in France at auction for a bargain.

Alexia and Lotte spent £30,000 on renovations – much cheaper than if the couple had decided to buy a traditional home.

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Louise gave her followers a tour of the luxury tiny home inside a cave

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Louise gave her followers a tour of the luxury tiny home inside a caveCredit: TikTok/@louise_aqua
The unusual home features a good-sized living room

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The unusual home features a good-sized living roomCredit: TikTok/@louise_aqua
Louise said she keeps the cave heated - and it's not as dark as people think

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Louise said she keeps the cave heated – and it’s not as dark as people thinkCredit: TikTok/@louise_aqua


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