Looking for a cabin that has a similar look to a modern home? The 2016 Tiny Home Brooks, offered through Campers Direct America in Cedar Creek, Texas, is a park model home that was made for those who want the feel of a cabin, along with the modern look of a regular home. It was designed to be a sportsman’s cabin, guest quarters, a full-time home or a lake house.
A textured wood cathedral ceiling and knotted wood cabinets contrast with dark stone-textured countertops and black, modern appliances. A wood-textured floor contrasts with modern lighting fixtures on the ceiling, all coming together to give this home both a rustic and modern feel.
The Hardie plank siding with cedar stain and red metal roof give this park model that instant classic cabin look. The wide, sliding glass door leads right into the main living space. The windows are double pane.
The photo above shows the natural wood cabinets that give this home its rustic quality. There’s plenty of countertop space and storage for day-to-day needs, or having display space for your favorite possessions.
Large windows and the double sliding door allow plenty of natural light into the living room, helping it feel more open. The high ceiling allows for multiple windows farther up, making the living room feel even more spacious.
The kitchen comes with a full-sized oven and microwave. The home also has a full-sized refrigerator. Grey stone-textured countertops and grey tile backing give a slightly modern feel against the textured wood cabinets.
This photo shows how the layout of the kitchen and living room work together. This layout is a bit more segmented, perfect for people who like their space more clearly defined, but not completely cut off.
As this photo shows, the bathroom comes with a full fiberglass shower that has a glass door. There is also plenty of counter space and cabinets for storage.
The bedroom has space for a two-person bed, with space for nightstands on each side with reading lights. The bedroom also has a closet and a built-in cabinet that’s perfect for a TV.
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