This is the story of a 714-square-foot tiny cabin that was built as a guest house in Ross, California and designed by Dotter & Solfjeld Architects. It started out as an old barn on the lot that was beyond repair so they decided that they would recycle the wood and use it to build this!
From the outside, you’ll notice the beautiful rustic finish and the corrugated metal roof. I could just hear the relaxing sound of the rain from the inside where you find a cozy living area, kitchen, main floor bedroom, bathroom, and an additional sleeping or storage loft. What do you think? Could you see yourself living in a space like this?
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Rustic Cabin Built with Reclaimed Wood Harvested from an Old Barn that was on the Property…🔨
What’s super cool about this, is that it all started with reclaim material from an old barn on the property.
It has such a clean yet rustic look and feel.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful getting to live in and around structures like this?
Inside, it’s just as beautiful as you could imagine.
Approximately 714-sq.-ft. of bliss, with outdoor space, too.
There’s loft space, too.
Sliding barn-style window coverings.
Isn’t it great that a beautiful cabin like this was built with reclaimed materials? Can you imagine what you could do with what’s already out there?
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