From Pocket Mansions is the Emerald Lodge, an 18-foot tiny house located in Arlington, Washington.
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.
Also available from Pocket Mansions: Maiden Mansion.
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