Starling by Rewild Homes offers a growing family with a sufficient amount of space in its gooseneck bedroom and master bedroom loft. The former is about 33’ in length, constructed on a triple axle trailer.
The starling is provided with a natural wood exterior to derive that rustic finish and can fit Vancouver Island surroundings just perfectly.
Its interiors are designed with white walls, while dark wood trim is used for the ceiling. The entrance room has a dining and seating area which can be converted into a bed at night.
Ample storage space is present below each seat. A nook and entry closet is designed with deep shelves behind a seat.
The kitchen is U-shaped and has a breakfast bar and dark wood countertops, a high-efficiency fridge including a bottom freezer, a 24” 4-burner propane range, a gooseneck faucet and a double sink. About 6’6” space is left between open beam ceiling underside and the floor.
The staircase is L-shaped and has handrails going up the master bedroom loft. Custom aluminum art is used for the loft railing selected from Wroughten Art, a Vancouver Island artist.
There is also present an inbuilt closet having shelves including a room to hang clothes.
Headroom of 6’6” is provided over the gooseneck in the bedroom. It can also be converted into a living area, studio or office.
The bathroom is fitted is gray tile and shower walls.
Photos by Rewild Homes.
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