The exterior features a wooden sunburst over the bay window with alternating gold and copper sunbeams. The exterior siding is a mix of emerald green steel Snap-Loc and beveled cedar siding.
The 144-square-foot tiny home has a main living area that transforms from a dining room with fold down table and four chairs, to a bedroom with full size bed that rolls out from under a beach. Next to the bench is a large slide-out storage space for the bed’s blankets and pillows.
Along with the main floor bedroom area, the Emerald Lodge has a bedroom loft with full size bed and skylight directly above the pillows. Next to the bed is a large area that can be used as a closet or for a TV.
The kitchen is outfitted with a concrete countertop, cedar cabinets, hammered nickel sink, and open upper shelves. Appliances include a microwave, cooktop, coffee maker, and under counter refrigerator.
The bathroom features a full size bathtub built into the floor, a metal shower surround, a skylight, and a large hammered nickel sink mounted on a handmade maple slab with pewter inlays. There is also a Separett waterless toilet and custom cedar shelves.
For more detailed information about the tiny house build, please visit Pocket Mansions.
The Airbnb hosts allow up to four guests. For pricing and availability, please visit Airbnb.
Also available from Pocket Mansions: Maiden Mansion.
Images © Pocket Mansions
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