This small beach cabin is 388 square feet – not tiny but includes two bedrooms, a bathroom, and kitchen. A simple door shingled in cedar as the rest of the exterior blends into the front facade.
On the ocean side a large window opens the home to the sea and a deck. Inside the tall ceilings and softwood clad walls open and lighten the space. A loft overlooks the main living space and kitchen while a bedroom and bath are tucked below. Also notice the large wide window on the front lighting the loft – there must be one heck of a header in the wall framing above that wide window.
This is a very nice example of how what might have just been a simple box can be transformed into a spacious city loft-like apartment. The home was designed by Studiomama.