Stroll through this 954-square-foot one-story lakeside tiny home

"Life is better at the lake," reads the sign of this floating lakeside tiny home located in Seattle, Washington.  
What features does this home offer? One-story lakeside living, dining room, full kitchen, 2 bedrooms, and a few other surprises (See below for more). 
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Let's take a tour inside. From the outside, the colors are warm and inviting.
Masterfully designed by James Jessup,  this home isn't just for water lovers. It retains functionality and smart choices --- keep an eye out for the Murphy bed. 
The living room is spacious and full of windows, letting in a lot of natural light. The wood tones on the ceiling add to the home's charm. 
The home is just under 1,000-square-feet, 954 to be exact. While on the larger side, all homes under 1,000-square-feet are still considered tiny. 
There's a full kitchen with plenty of cabinet space. There's even a little table used as a work desk. Off to the corner, you can see the washer and dryer unit as well. 
The home has two bedrooms. The master is on the main level. 
There's a Murphy bed in the second room. Yes, the bed can be put away when not in use to maximize use of the space. 
Here's the bathroom with full shower: 
You can even enjoy the water-level deck.  
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Of course, there's always the rooftop. Enjoy a glass of wine and weather! 
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