This Seattle houseboat is every little girl's pink dream, inside and out

If you've ever dreamed of downsizing to a life off the grid, this gorgeous renovated houseboat might be just the ticket — without sacrificing any of the comforts of modern living. Pink Lady is a completely renovated 1968 34-foot Drift-R-Cruz houseboat.
Window-lined walls allow residents to fall asleep to the river and wake up to the sun, and enjoy the comfort of the outdoors year-round. Inside, an airy layout and clean color palette feels open and fresh.
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Plus the outdoor bench and rooftop deck offer river views at your fingertips. Ample outdoor storage is also sneakily stashed throughout the boat's exterior.
The entryway features hooks for storing coats and accessories, accompanied by large windows that flood the space with light.
The spacious kitchen offers it all: overhead storage, sleek cabinetry and chic butcher block countertops. A roomy farmhouse sink and pull-down faucet make doing dishes a cinch. A full-size refrigerator and overhead microwave make quick meals a snap as well.
Next to the kitchen, an eat-in breakfast nook offers a place to work and enjoy morning coffee next to large windows. Drawers and cabinetry add a ton of extra storage for kitchen or office necessities.
Behind the kitchen, an extra desk space folds out for a place to work or eat for two. When you're done, it folds back down to add room to the living area, which features a patterned sofa for lounging and watching TV.
Built-in shelves and storage are situated under the TV, which is wall-mounted to save precious floor space.
Next to the living space, a washing machine makes for easy laundering without taking up additional space. Overhead shelves can hold linens or laundry needs.
A discreet wall divider creates privacy for the sleeping area, which features a full bed decorated with textural throw pillows.
The bathroom is equipped with a standing shower and toilet, outfitted in chic marble tile.
A wardrobe closet adjacent to the laundry area can stash dresses, coats and extra shoes.
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Pink Lady has come a long way from where she was. Who wouldn't want to live in this stunning transformation?
Resources Erika Klees

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