This Pacific estate features a textured stone exterior giving it a castle-like feel. Layered roof levels peak over arched window frames. An arched front door shape echoes the window shape and ads a warm wood detail to the cool tones of the exterior look. Matching stone steps lead from the home to the sidewalk.
Thoughtful outdoor lighting sets this gorgeous cabin home to a glowing advantage once the sun goes down. A peaked roof and expansive covered porches and balconies on both levels add to the home's charm.
A peaked pavilion roof lined with wisteria frames the water structure in the back of the garden for a beautiful tunnel view. Lanterns are mounted on the brick columns are practical and perfectly suited to the storybook look. Wrought iron furniture and a glass table offer a relaxing outdoor dining option.
The open kitchen and living room offer a view to a third-level loft where the roof-like peak of the ceiling creates the feeling of another home within the home. The bunk beds are to the right of this reading nook.
Wisteria travels up the brick columns and frames the roof peak of this garden pavilion giving a beautiful fairytale feel to the sunny space. Dark copper lanterns are mounted on the pavilion to provide nighttime lighting without breaking the image of the design. Wrought iron furniture creates a lovely outdoor sitting and dining space.
Windows on the ceiling flood the Peak home with light. The loft bedroom adds 60 square feet to the home's total of 536. This popular tiny home design also features a master on main. This smart home features remote controls that allow the roof window shades to close with the flip of a switch.