There aren’t many renovations that turn out as exquisite as this ultimate weekend getaway. Remodeled out of a 1950s boat storage by Seattle-based Bosworth Hoedemaker architectural team, the tiny home is located in Washington, right on the shores of Lake hood. The multi-level weekend getaway has enough space for living comfortable without large footprints. On the exterior, the architects didn’t have to do a lot of revamping, except for refurnishing the massive sliding double doors, which run parallel to each other on either side of the miniscule house allowing enough ventilation.
On the inside though, architects have spent a little more time doing the wooden walls and ceilings. The architects have also build a sleeping loft which is accessible by a retractable ladder. The exciting thing about the remodeled boat house is that the structure can still be used as a boat storage. Hit the jump for more pictures of the small home.