The bathroom zone shares a sink with the kitchen. Pull open the privacy curtain to use the loo or to take a shower. The space features a caddy and a towel hook to hold everything you need.
Photo By: Don Hamilton Studio
This pretty geometric patterned curtain lets filtered light into the space, while providing privacy and keeping things cool.
This itty-bitty kitchen had no place to dine, but in less than one day and on a budget of $200, a simple fold-down table was created, made out of basic materials.
Fun and functional. A wall of the galley kitchen was painted in black chalkboard paint, tying in to the color of the black appliances and creating a fun and useful message board.
A tiny but tough solar charger rests on the windowsill. Here, off the grid, it can charge phones and other devices equipped with a USB port.
Solar lanterns collect energy during the day and shine long into the night for off-the grid mood and utility lighting.
If a chair folds in the forest and no one is around to sit in it, why not hang it up and out of the way? A folding chair hangs up for grabs and adds a bit of warm green to this cool space.
A nod to nautical style. The bathroom walls were painted a khaki color, giving the space a coastal feel. The inspiration came from the renter's vintage travel posters, like the one seen on the wall here.
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