Yesterday I showed you the exterior of my private and secure haven at “the office”.
Inside is a treat as well. Although this is not a place to live I could certainly live here. Or at least vacation here. There are 5 rooms-ish: an entrance foyer; a ladies’ changing room with shower, toilet, sinks, and washer/dryer; a men’s changing room with shower, toilet, and sink; a kitchen; and a large living room. I would have to find a place to sleep but I’m sure I could.
The entrance into the foyer is a Dutch door. Most of the exposed wood in the pool house has been “recycled” into this building which is about 50 years old.
To the right of the door are the dressing rooms.
The men’s room is smaller than that for the ladies.
It only makes sense that our (the ladies’) room is larger.
In both areas the shower and toilet are separated from the dressing area by a sliding door.
Back out into the foyer across from the front door is a small but fully furnished kitchen. It’s at that point, due to age, that it needs some refurbishment.
Although I’m not usually a fan of tile top counters because they’re not as easy to clean as their smooth siblings, I do like the dark grout in these moody blue tiles.
The pass-though window of the kitchen may be open or closed by means of some charming doors.
The largest room in the structure has a right-angles sectional sofa.
The sofa faces the pool through sliding glass doors on one side.
From the opposite direction it looks down on the tennis court.
Yesterday I showed you a brick grill on the exterior.
It backs up to a fireplace on the inside.
There is also a table for meals or games.
The floor tile is a calming blue and cream.
And the ceiling reflects the same blue amongst the rustic rafters.
That’s the pool house.
Where are you vacationing this year?