From the outside, this “couplespod” might seem a bit futuristic or even plain, but inside it’s a gorgeous modern hideaway with breathtaking mountain and water views.
It’s set up with a full bathroom and kitchen, and the bedroom looks out of a large picture window at the lake. Need to relax? Head out the back of the pod and sit in the soaking tub surrounded by a lush bamboo privacy screen. What do you think of this design with a ground-floor bedroom?
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Modern Pod Cabin with Water and Mountain Views
Beautiful starry nights above the pod.
Those views out of the bedroom! Dazzling.
Modern four-poster canopy bed.
Glimpse of the bathroom sinks.
Another look at the mountains.
Cozy wood-burning stove for a romantic evenings.
There’s a full kitchen and living room area.
You can sit and read the book by the window.
The chevron pattern of subway tiles is a nice twist.
Looks like a cozy bed.
Close-up on the industrial sink hardware.
And look at this perfect spot to soak.
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This is lovely inside!
I REALLY like this–it’s great when people take chances with design and do not just repeat what has been done already so many times.
Yes! I love seeing innovation. And it’s easier to innovate on a small scale (fewer materials, less risk).