This ecoPerch tiny cabin is located in Blackberry Wood campground in Sussex.

Designed by Blue Forest architecture firm in Sussex.

The entire structure is approximately 26′ x 19′ so about 494 sq. ft. (including the covered front porch area and storage outside).

Modern Prefab Tiny Cabin Design

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I encourage you to tour the inside, check out the floor plan, and leave your best thoughts about it in the comments below:

ecoPerch Micro Cabin

Interior: Kitchen, Fireplace, Living Area

And above you can also get a glance at one of the bedrooms (with bunks) which you’ll see more of below.

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Opposite View: Studio Design with Open Bedroom/Living

Treehouse Design with Wrap Around Porch

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Eco Perch Treehouse Design in 3D

Floor Plan

Elevation Drawings

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Learn More at Blue Forest

Learn more about the ecoPerch at Blue Forest.

Yes – It’s Available as a Vacation Rental

Book your stay in “The Curvy Cabin” at Blackberry Wood.

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Alex

Alex has been living in small spaces for more than 7 years, he's the founding editor of TinyHouseTalk.com, and has passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. Send in your story and tiny home photos so we can share and inspire others towards simplicity.

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  • MontanaTava

    Nice! What kind of wood stove is that? It looks perfectly tiny.

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  • BMorse

    Lovely little house. If the big bed had privacy screening, it would be a great consideration for a small family home – there are so few nice family sized tiny homes out there! This could be perfect for a young family of four like mine.

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  • Gallie

    I see plenty of space for storage. The bed could lift up. There could be cabinets on either side of the bed or high along the wall that the couch is on. I like this layout very much.

    I would not have the need for the bunk room, so that would make a very nice walk in closet or office or storage area for me. Oh, to be able to build this and move in right NOW!

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  • Cyndi Lopriore

    Hi Alex, I am a 75 yr senior and I think this curvy little cabin is so fine. I love architecture and the only things that I would change would be to push back wall to bunks to only back bunk space to leave enough room for higher apt size ‘fridge and insure a walk-in shower. I like all electric for solar later and of course would keep small back-up safe heat stove. If I am able to purchase the small lot available near my family???, is there any way to finance this cabin? I have to get out off this old townhouse with all the stairs to climb just to main floor then to bdrms is too much now… :)

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  • J.R.McDowell

    Nice, but I would make changes. The bathroom would move to the bunk room, keeping the plumbing uniform to that one wall. The current bathroom would become a closet and storage space. The bed would have to become a Murphy bed or some other form of hidden bed. I also need some office space for my work PC, so I may cut part of that storage off to build in an office nook.

    It is a great design, and I can see lots of potential in it. As for some of the comments about clothing he could have an under the bed dresser to store them, as for other storage in the one drawing there is a place outside the cabin area. They call it a boot locker.

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    • CathyAnn

      I like the points you’ve made about changing the layout such as making the bunk room the bathroom. All kinds of things could be done to add storage, and especially using a murphy bed. Lots of potential here!

      As for having to downsize. Not a problem, except for my hobby supplies, and that could be downsized too. I could always get a storage shed.

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  • Vesna

    Love it,love it, love it…I want to have it!Gorgeous!

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  • Ole Holgersen

    We would love that one for retirement in Canada. Should be bg enough for 2 elderly people

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  • Nerida

    I love curves. Again needs work on storage. Also there is sleeping for 4 and luonge seating for 2. For me it might be fine as a single with hopefully an occasional visitor but it looks like it is aimed at a family. I think maybe a bit too cozy for 4.

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  • Ruth Vallejos

    There is a bit of cost, as well as space lost, by the curve on the bottom. I think I would ditch that except at the “porch”.

    My first thought was: even if it were a weekend cabin, there’s no place to put down a suitcase, or an ice chest. It just seems to lack that little extra grace for every day living while still respecting the spatial clarity.

    That said – it’s got potential!

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  • Jessica McNaughton

    I love this! It’s great for a small family/ company. Its very inspiring.

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  • gale porras

    Thus is the best tiny house I have seen to date. Probably wound make the bunk room into a closet, but the bedroom area, kitchen, living and especially the bath would be fantastic for an older couple like my husband and me. All one level, a nice place to sit outside – fantastic! What was the cost to build?

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