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This is the 476 sq. ft.Rhododendron Cabin

It was built in 1936 and is now for sale. Enjoy!

Related: 216 Sq. Ft. Tiny Forest Cabin in Oregon

476 Sq. Ft. Rhododendron Cabin For Sale

Photos via Estately

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This is a 336 sq. ft. renovated Tiny Barn Cabin.

It’s called the Dry Creek Guest House.

Wait until you step inside – it’s beautiful!

Please enjoy and re-share below. Thanks!

Related: 150 sq. ft. Barn Tiny House Getaway in Portland

336 Sq. Ft. Tiny Barn Cabin (Renovated)

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This is a no loft studio tiny house on wheels for sale with a rustic style in Alvin, Texas. Update: Sold.

It’s custom built on an 8×18 trailer with 10,000 lb axles which includes brakes.

This tiny home is built using 2×4 construction, low E windows, and all screw construction. When you go inside you’ll find a full kitchenette with toe kick storage, a multifunctional living area, bathroom, and a storage loft. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

Related: 195 Sq. Ft. Rustic Tiny Home on Wheels (for sale)

Studio Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

Studio Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

Images © Dennis Baxa

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Want to try out tiny living? Check out this rustic modern tiny house you can rent using Airbnb.

It’s located in Portland, Oregon in a great area close to restaurants and shops. The owner’s built this tiny house using 80% reclaimed materials.

Inside you will see there is a couch that unfolds to a bed in the living area with neat Mason jar lighting. The vaulted ceilings and large windows make this tiny house seem very spacious.

The kitchen has lots of counter space and there is a stove/oven so you can prepare meals if you like. The bathroom is just beyond the kitchen.

Up the ladder, above the kitchen and bathroom, you will find the sleeping loft with a cozy queen size bed.

I love the way they decorated and used the wood on the celing to give this tiny home a cozy feel. There is a beautiful surrounding garden outside the tiny house. Please enjoy and share below.

Rustic Modern Tiny House in Portland

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Images © Airbnb

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This Tiny Silo Cabin is located in Tyringham, Massachusetts.

It’s designed to be a honeymoon cabin but you can definitely use it for any sort of vacation or getaway so I’ve added it tour tiny house vacations category.

This rustic tiny home sits on a beautiful garden estate with a few other cabins on the property as well.

The silo cottage is great two people. I think it also serves as a wonderful source of inspiration for your own future cabin project because it’s a great example of what you can do by rehabbing another structure to build your tiny home, or in this case a tiny house vacation! Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

Related: Grain Silo Tiny House Conversion

Tiny Silo Cabin Built from Reclaimed Materials

Tiny Silo Cottage

Images © Airbnb

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It’s every little girls/boys dream to have a majestic tree fort right in their backyard. For Lynn Knowlton, she made that dream a reality! Lynn, an Interior Designer, lives just outside of Toronto, Canada. She had always wanted a tree fort of her own and decided one day that she was going to make her wish a reality.

Lynn built the most amazing tree house on her property using 100% recycled materials. Even the wood that was used was taken from her friend’s barn that had been knocked down by a tornado. The windows came from various locations like an old church and old houses.

The tree house comes equipped with a gorgeous porch to relax on, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom and even a big red slide! It’s able to accommodate two adults, and get this….YOU can book it for a night or two if you wish! Lynn rents her beautiful fort out to anybody wishing for a tree house adventure! Talk about exciting! Bookings to stay in Lynn’s tree house can be made on her blog or on Trip Advisor.

Woman Builds Tree Fort Cabin

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Images © Lynne Knowlton

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This 896 sq. ft. timber cabin was originally built around 1730 in Lebanon, PA.

Today it has been restored and rebuilt in Austin, TX by Heritage Barns.

It’s called The H.J. Light Cabin and was originally used as an inn.

Today it’s a beautiful poolside small home with a 28′ x 32′ footprint.

896 Sq. Ft. Poolside Rustic Timber Cabin

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Images © Heritage Barns

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