Designers mixed wood and steel for stylish, affordable solutions to help warm the home's spaces. In this photo, we see how they mixed steel and wood on the stairs with a modern light fixture to create an upscale modern feel in the home without breaking the bank.
In the corner of the master bathroom, designers created a nook with a bath tub to complete the relaxing feel in the space. The bathtub has soft, rounded edges that gives the space a little extra feeling of comfort.
On either side of the large vanity, designers upped the storage space by adding storage towers. With their elegant, dark stain, the towers not only add storage, but also add warm color, height and dimension to the space.
Designers pulled the dark khaki color from the tile and used it to add warmth to the shiplap backsplash. This feature wall adds a splash of color and creates a balance between the busy pattern of the tile floor and the glamour of the copper fixtures.
If the idea of being all alone in the woods makes you feel slightly anxious, the great thing about this particular getaway is the fact that other cabins are located close enough (but not too close, so you still feel a sense of privacy and escape) to make people who watch too many horror films not feel isolated.
Part of the tiny home camping experience is spending alone time or time with friends and family. A handy wooden box where everyone can hide their devices is a way to get started on your unplugged odyssey.
Not only does each Getaway camper come equipped with a mini-kitchen including sink, fridge, stovetop and cooking utensils, pots and pans, a decent selection of items like pasta and oatmeal will keep you and your crew from getting hangry if you forgot your vittles.