This 714 sq. ft. cabin by Dotter & Solfjeld Architects now serves as a guest house behind the property owners main home.
An old barn was on the lot that was beyond repair so they decided to reuse the barn wood to build this cabin.
Inside you’ll find an open living area, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, and an additional sleeping loft in the back. Please enjoy and re-share below.
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714 Sq. Ft. Cabin Built with Reclaimed Materials
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