If you live in Washington state or you’re traveling by Leavenworth, consider booking a stay at one of the properties owned by NW Comfy Cabins. Several of their smaller cabins can give you a preview of what it is like live in a tiny house, complete with a kitchen and laundry machines.
This tiny accommodation is known as Beaver Hill Cabin. It has two bedrooms and one bathroom and can comfortably sleep up to four people.
You can see that an emphasis has been put on providing plenty of porch space in the layout. You can easily see why when you look at the view below from the porch.
With its modern fire pit, gas grill, comfortable outdoor seating, and hot tub, it looks like an amazing place to relax and enjoy the great outdoors.
Lighting in the hot tub and from overhead provides an atmospheric glow against the evening sky. With plenty of open space surrounding the tiny cabin, you can enjoy stunning mountain views with a lot of privacy.
The living room is small and cozy. The close placement of the seats make it a great place to catch up with friends or family. While there is no cable TV, there is a DVD player. The TV screen has been placed at a comfortable viewing height and angle (which seems to be something of a rarity in home and accommodation design these days).
I am in love with the color scheme in this room, which is quite unexpected. Normally with rustic cabins, we see earth tones. Here, we see muted pastels. They are surprising, but in no way do they clash with the overall look and feel of the cabin.
The fireplace which you see in the corner is powered by propane.
This angle shows you the same soft colors facing the kitchen.
I really like the decision to go with some unusual colors for the walls. The look is very distinctive, but it does not overwhelm the senses in any way. To me, this reddish wall gives the dining area a distinctive vibe.
As for the kitchen, you have a full-size refrigerator and freezer on the right, and the cooktop and oven just to the left of that. Even though the unit is pretty small, there are still four burners as best I can see. Next to that is a microwave, and to the left is a deep sink and a coffee maker.
There’s a small bay window over the sink. It’s interesting I have not seen this design choice too often. It makes a lot of sense, since it makes the kitchen feel more spacious, and it also brings an in a lot of light. I imagine that if this were your house (rather than an accommodation), that little shelf would also be extremely useful for storing items you need to grab regularly (your recipes, for example).
I never would’ve thought to pair that mint green color with that wine red, but the two colors work surprisingly well together throughout the house.
Here’s the first of the two small bedrooms, this one with a monochromatic color scheme. Even with the tiny size of the room, there is just enough space for a bedside table to either side. Artwork on the wall is a reminder of the woods outside.
The second bedroom has colors which are a closer match for those you see in the main living space, including that now-familiar wine red (that isn’t really a proper description, but I can’t think of one).
The bathroom walls are a light yellow, bringing a cheerful glow to the room and preventing it from seeming too Spartan.
Here’s one last photo of the small cabin from the outside during the daytime.
You can discover all the amenities at Beaver Hill Cabin at NW Comfy Cabins, where you can also book a stay.