Designed to blend in with its dairy farm setting, this charming 260-square-foot bathhouse is filled with pastoral touches. From the metal water tubs that function as flower beds to the spacious barn-like interior, you’re always living the country life here in Pt. Reyes, California. In fact, it’s hard to imagine a place more cozy.
Designed by Richardson Architects, the bathhouse is intended to support a large group of children during a yearly summer camp. With a wraparound porch hosting benches, a table and chairs and a giant chalkboard, there’s a lot more to do at the bathhouse than bathe! Check out what we mean below:
The large porch invites you to sit and relax, with a chalkboard low enough for children to draw on or play “school.”
The bathhouse has its own sleeping area, in addition to nearby tent platforms.
The main bathroom is pictured below with stalls for showering. Cubbyholes located just inside the front door keep everyone’s things from getting scattered everywhere. There’s plenty of room for doing dishes, too!
The bathhouse is situated among a cluster of farm buildings, and blends right in with its air of country charm. A perfect place to sit and sip lemonade.
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