It’s been a while since I’ve gotten to share an amazing Tiny A-frame Cabin like this one in the Redwoods of Cazadero, California.
I absolutely love A-frame cabins (especially this one). This cabin isn’t exactly tiny and I don’t know the exact dimensions but it’s definitely pretty small. And it’s just cool, right?
I think it’d be awesome to live in this little cabin. And you can still enjoy many of the benefits of a tiny house with a cabin of this size because it’s still really small. So take the virtual tour below and let me know what you think about it in the comments. Thank you!
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An A-Frame Cabin in the Redwoods
Images via Airbnb
Classic fireplace, skylight, staircase with storage bookshelves…
Making the best of the staircase…
In an A-frame, it always feels like you’re living in a large, finished attic!
The rug really ties the space together.
A door that’s also a window is usually kind of nice.
In this A-frame cabin, it’s easy to hang things. Look at the joists! They’re in the perfect position to hold some pots and pans, aren’t they? Makes it kind of enticing to start cooking, too when the pots are right in your face like that.
One side of the staircase takes you to the bathroom!
Interestingly, it looks like the bathtub is actually set underneath the ground floor of the house. Have you ever seen that done before?
Everything else looks pretty normal!
The other side of the staircase is a living area where you stare at all of the books you can possibly read. Sure beats a TV if you ask me. I’m sick of streaming. I want to slow down.
Cozy fireplace, lots of natural light. This is the place to be.
It’s like a tiny house loft that you can stand up in!
Waking up here, I would feel like I am in the happy part of a thriller movie.
From the outside… Surrounded by mature trees.
This is what an A-frame cabin in the woods looks like!
Wouldn’t it be incredible getting to live in a place like this?
It would be almost like living in one of your favorite nature trails.
It’s so relaxing just looking at it.
Images via Airbnb
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