The Blue Moon Rising Community in Maryland is a destination that’s dedicated to tiny living and showing their guests how attractive it can be to live a simple life. They have 14 models on their property which you can rent out, one of which is the Sugar Magnolia. This tiny house has a “river life” theme which is evident in the hand carved accents on the exterior and interior of the home. Beautiful woodwork is found all throughout this home with lovely heart pine, cedar decking, and board and baton siding.
Inside, the home has painted white ceilings and walls with heart pine trim, flooring, and wainscoting. The living areas and kitchen are in the front of the home with the bedroom and bathroom in the back and the above.
A cozy dining nook is set into an alcove with a window looking outside and padded cushions on the handmade benches.
The kitchen is wrapped around the front corner of the house with a cement countertop and plenty of cabinets to store your kitchen essentials during your stay.
A queen-sized bed is tucked into a nook on the back corner of the house and gives two guests the perfect place to rest at night without having to maneuver up a ladder.
Another queen bed is upstairs in the loft which also features more of the river inspiration with the fish cut-outs in the loft railing.
This cozy cabin is the perfect place for a family getaway!
If you want to book a stay in the Sugar Magnolia, go to https://bluemoonrising.org/cabin-rentals/sugar-magnolia/.
And be sure to check out the other tiny houses at Blue Moon Rising on their website at https://bluemoonrising.org/. You can also stay up-to-date with the community on their social media at:
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