Although tiny in square-footage, this quaint bolt-hole—a British word for hideaway—feels spacious thanks to the white paneled walls, copious windows for bird-watching and a roomy sundeck and rear patio.
This cozy kitchen was made for two. It features just enough counter space to whip up dinner and a two-seater table to enjoy it on. The space is heightened by the dark wooden arch supports, a design detail that continues throughout the wagon.
The western theme is carried into the living room with cowboy boots, old rope and a wagon wheel adorning the walls. Cozy up next to the wood-burning fireplace and watch an old film on the flat-screen TV.
Design enthusiasts will love the bedroom’s décor, which is equally inspired by cowboys as it is ancient Aztecs. Think: ornamental arrows, rustic antler chandelier, chevron striped pillows, and industrial-style pendant lights. The French doors lead to the rear patio.
Whether you want to soak in the vintage claw-foot tub (with wine glass in hand) or rinse off in the double walk-in shower, this bathroom has you covered.
Complete with a dining table, rocking chairs and floor pillows, the sundeck is equipped with everything you need for dining al fresco.