1950s Boat House Cabin in Washington

Mar 4, 2014

Category: Living

Built by the architectural team at the Seattle based Bosworth Hoedemaker, this tiny little Hood Canal cabin is the ultimate weekend getaway.

What was once an old 1950s boat storage has now been completely revamped into the tiny home you see here. Located on the shores of Washington, the multi-level cottage offers just enough space to be comfortable without casting a large footprint. In fact the architects only had to revamp the interior of the former boat storage, refinishing the massive sliding double doors to allow for ventilation, and adding an upstairs loft for catching some Zs between outdoor activities. When you do want to use the cabin to stow your vessel, simply utilize the the block and tackle to lift the staircase, and back comes your boat house.

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