Waterfront house inspired by a photo of a home on Pinterest. I wanted the house to be simple--something one could feasibly built with their own two hands. This home has one bathroom and one designated "bedroom" space, in the loft accessible by ladder. The two closets on the first level can be used as a pantry, laundry room, storage, etc. The main entrance opens into the kitchen/dining/office area, where a wall of windows allows floods of light and views over the trees in the distance. I wanted to make this space very minimalist and industrial, almost Scandiavian in character. From the kitchen you can walk out the side double doors onto the wrap-around porch where you could have a table for outdoor entertainment and also access the steps that lead down to the beach. The back room of the home is carpeted to reduce echoing with the high ceilings. This part of the house is very versitile, since it is carpeted and relatively private, this could be designated as another sleeping area, office, library or could be kept as a living room/louge. The loft above could also be converted into an office or library and has great views of the landscape and water beyond.
This cozy home is small but is very vertistile in it's function and though it is simple, it has a lot of character in the finishes. This could either be used as a guest house on a larger property, an Airbnb for tourist rentals, a vacation home, or a home for a single person or a couple without children.