This adorable bunk house originally served as housing for field workers at a historic farmstead in Walla Walla, Wash. The entire farm has been converted into The Abeja Inn, and all the original farm buildings have been fully restored into charming guest accommodations.
The bunk house includes a kitchen and living room area, as well as one bedroom and one bathroom. The decor is cozy and welcoming, full of antiques and elegant details. The exterior features a cute country porch with views of the nearby vineyard. Check out the full tour of this romantic getaway below.
Plush furnishings invite you to put your feet up and relax in the comfortable living space. Black and white checkered tile flooring throughout the whole house adds retro flair.
The kitchen cabinets are unique, painted robin's-egg blue. The cabinet doors have been left off the upper cabinets, allowing the display of antique accessories and dishes.
The old-fashioned stove, tiled counter tops, and perfect farmhouse door add even more vintage style to the space.
A classic toile patterned comforter adorns the feather bed in the bedroom. Soft white draperies dress up the window, allowing in natural light and beautiful views of the surrounding grounds.
The bathroom is elegant and tasteful, with green and yellow tile work and plenty of bright light.
The bunkhouse viewed from afar is a dreamy escape, surrounded by green fields and mature trees. Views of Washington's majestic Blue Mountains can be seen in the distance.