I thought you would enjoy this shed from tiny house design that was converted to an amazing little bunkhouse.
The owner Sue did a great job not only in the design and the interior but also in completing this project for only around $12,000.
I find these sheds converted into tiny houses so fun and interesting and it’s fun to see people convert them into beautiful tiny homes like the one below.
I encourage you to tour the rest of this tiny cabin below:
Interior of the $12k Cabin
In this case I’d rather have an outhouse than the toilet right next to my bed. I feel like it should be separated.
I wouldn’t mind having this tiny cabin in the backyard to work out of or to have as a guest cabin for visitors.
Could you imagine living in this pre-built shed turned into a tiny house on wheels?
Here is what Sue has to say about her project
“We bought a 10 x 16 cedar sided “shed” type shell building that we finished as a “bunkhouse”. We live in a small 464 sq ft cabin built on site by the same company that built the shed and brought it out. We finished it, doing all the work ourselves except for the electrical rough-in and the plumbing, which included hooking to our septic system. We just added a 5 x 16 deck to the bunkhouse. Total cost for the project was right at $12,000. No permits or inspections were required for our area and we are in a warm climate. The wall AC Unit also has heat.” – Sue
I think this cabin could make a great home for some but it wouldn’t work for me!
I’d likely use the structure and turn it into a guest cabin, sound studio, or something like that. :)
What do you think? What would you change or improve to make it yours?
Can’t wait to hear your thoughts below!
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