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Man Building Tiny Cabin in the Woods

This tiny cabin in the woods story is a guest post by Joe Slade


I am in the process of building this tiny cabin in the woods in Attala County, Mississippi.

It sits in the middle of 22 acres of hardwoods with no roads on the property.

All building supplies are carried in by hand. I just finished painting it to protect it for years to come.

My 160 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin Project

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I’m using the textured deck restore paint and it gives it a stucco feel.

We wrapped the front and side with a deck.

The next step is to build the composting toilet room on the back and put safety railings on the deck.

We are going to use reclaimed pallets for the steps and to build a bed/sofa. I will install a rain barrel with a filter and run flex piping inside as the water source.

I figured 60 gallons should work with conservation.

I love the other post contributions on other reader’s projects.

Our big thanks to Joe Slade for sharing his inspiring tiny cabin project with all of us!

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  • Deek September 22, 2014, 3:09 pm

    I’d assume the holes in the walls are for access to the bolts… it was pre-fabricated in pieces, and then assembled in the woods, once carried, out, and bolted together. Cool little place- I’d like to see it once decorated. I almost like it better without the deck- like a spaceship in the woods, but completely understand how the deck will enhance the usability of this place. Nice work!

  • Rich October 13, 2014, 7:07 pm

    Tx Joe for your “whole” explanation/confirmation 😉

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