This tiny home feels like a private retreat

Imagine being steps away from a busy city but feeling like you're in a private retreat? That's how it feels to stay in this luxurious tiny home. It's just around the corner from the shops and restaurants in Denver, but it feels like a sanctuary from the world.
This container home is 33 feet long and can sleep four people comfortably. It is designed to save space, but it certainly is not short on modern amenities. It has everything you need to feel at home. It could be tempting to see what's happening downtown, but the desire to stay home may be just as strong. Open the French doors and enjoy the fairy lights over a private backyard oasis.
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The living area has an attractive blue couch that pulls out into a bed that sleeps two. The shiplap walls and wide-plank floors in the living area and kitchen add a vintage touch to a modern living space. At the far end of the room is a barn door that separates the bathroom.
The bar is made of butcher block and is collapsible if you need extra space. Pull out a bar stool when it's time for a meal and tuck it underneath afterward. Note the extra set of drawers next to the sink where you might store kitchen utensils or placemats.
The shelf above the sink is the perfect place to store wine glasses and coffee mugs. The corner shelf is a handy location for paper towels or other useful items. The bead board ceiling continues throughout the home.
The bathroom also boasts shiplap walls and a bead board ceiling. One would never guess that this spacious bathroom was in a tiny home.
The hexagonal tile is a beautiful feature in this full-size shower, which also comes with a convenient sliding glass door that lets in light.
Open the French doors and enjoy the fresh air from the comfort of the couch in the sitting area.
The pendant lights add natural texture and an interesting design, and they reflect the wood tones from the floor and countertop.
The TV can be swung to face the bedroom or the living room, so you can choose where you want to relax with your favorite show. Customize this pegboard any way you want. Add a shelf for decorative items or use the pegs to hang keys or a scarf.
This bedroom is roomy enough for a queen-sized bed and still has space beside it. The dream catcher on the wall carries a promise of good dreams.
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The artwork on the wall brings a peaceful feeling to the room. The luxurious robes in the closet add to this feeling of serenity. This tiny home may be near a busy city, but it is a respite from the world.

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