From the outside, this green home looks charming, but the inside is one-of-a-kind — literally. The artist homeowners (Jessica Lynch is a printmaker and illustrator while her husband, Carson Lynch, owns a woodshop) curated their newly-built guest house on wheels with handmade items for the ultimate maker’s getaway.
Located on their 5.5 acres of land on Guemes Island, Washington — a small island community with a population of 650 full-time residents — the couple rents this tiny home for people looking to reconnect with nature, get away from the hustle and bustle of city life, or bust out the paint brushes.
The space fits a kitchen, living room, dining room, office area, and bathroom onto the main level alone. Look up, and you’ll see two lofts — one is the “main” bedroom with a queen mattress, and the other is a slightly smaller space that can be used as a single-sleeper set-up or the ultimate reading nook. If you start to feel claustrophobic, there’s a patio outside with a fire pit and grill (can you smell the s’mores?). (H/T)
Take a tour of the tidy but eclectic space:
See something you like? The owners keep a guide in the home to inform guests about the history of the handmade pieces and where they can purchase items online. You can stay in this space for just $699 per week, but a word of advice? You might want to budget for all the pieces you’ll inevitably want to buy once you return home, too.
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