The state of Washington is a great place to get away from it all. Remote forests and secret cabins let you vacation in peace, but it's not always easy when you have multiple people with you. You end up tripping over each other's feet and generally annoying one another.
It's even more difficult when you're crammed inside only 400 square feet (37 square meters), but this 2013 park model has solved that problem for you. Its lofty interior is home to a safe haven that you can use to get away from it all, and the outdoor amenities are equally spectacular.
The park model has a lovely covered porch that lets you take in the sunrise in style. Imagine sipping a hot cup of coffee while sitting at this darling set of table and chairs.
Talk about roomy! There's something different about the way the builders designed the vaulted ceiling that really opens up the interior.
'Bright' and 'open' are definitely words I would use to describe the kitchen and dining setup. The vacant space above the sink is somehow refreshing. You still get more than adequate cabinet space for storing dishes and pans.
The bathroom has a cute wall-mounted shelf for storing supplies, but I'm more excited about the sliding glass door shower.
It's curious that this park model didn't opt for the usual mirrored doors on the bedroom closet. Still, the bedroom is spacious enough as is and doesn't need the illusion of more space.
Ah, here it is – your own private space to get away from your friends and family. This loft can transform itself into a private study space or reading nook by simply removing the beds, but you could also make it the master bedroom if you so choose.
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