These images happened to fall off a truck while I was walking around Disney World last week. They definitely are not the result of renting a pontoon boat, docking next to a bungalow, and hopping over a fence. Because that would be wrong.
Here’s the living room. I like the furniture choices – lots of natural woods and textured surfaces. Also notice how the couch faces the lagoon view, not the television.
Here’s the kitchen. Small, but functional enough to cook a light dinner if you wanted. I would have opted for a larger window over the sink instead of that decorative cupboard.
The master bedroom, with king bed. The door on the left goes to the deck, while the door on the right is to the master bath.
The master bath’s tub and glass shower. I’m not a huge fan of tubs – I prefer showers – so this is just wasted space to me. I do like the two staggered windows to let light in. On the right side of the image, you can barely make out a small wood shelf above the sink countertop. That shelf will be handy for extra storage.
The glass shower looks fabulous, and I like how it’s oriented toward the light.
The second bedroom features a queen bed. Good lighting from a pretty big window. I’m not sure how well that headboard is going to age, but we’ll see.
The second bathroom. Note the hula girl on the shelf. Nice touch.
View from the deck. I like how the faux bamboo rails are not all perfectly aligned.
The deck’s plunge pool. I can see soaking in here with a nice drink while watching Wishes. Of course, I can also see saving $3,000 by just watching from around the corner, too.
I’m looking forward to seeing how families react to these bungalows. I also expect Disney to build similar structures on the shores of Bay Lake, for Wilderness Lodge. Just a hunch.