This is the beautiful Collinwood Micro Cabin by Gute.
From the outside, you’ll notice this little shelter has a funky oblong shape with horizontal board and batten siding and a shingled roof that drapes down the sides of the camper. There are wonderful wrought iron wheels under the body which make it look like something from Cinderella, doesn’t it?
When you go inside, you’ll find a crisp, clean home with beautiful pine boards on the ceiling and floor. The dinette on one side turns into a queen-size bed and across the way is a built-in bunk bed. It includes thermal paned windows, three of which open and one that is a fixed octagon window as well as a solid oak dutch door.
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Collinwood Micro Cabin by Gute
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Cute but no bathroom or kitchen so not very useful.
Ditto. No kitchen, no bathroom, no sale.
Apparently whoever only eats takeout food, because there is a table to eat at. Wood outside, but no stove evident. Nice work, but thumbs down on actual usability.
Thank you! Fixed it! Appreciate it 😀
It should be Collingwood.
Nice though. 🙂
You know, I think the wheels are kinda fun. I can just see the conversation with the building inspector now: “it’s not permanent, it’s a tiny house on wheels, what do you call these??” Another interesting thing to me about this design is that it looks as though it’s a good candidate to be mass produced. What the tiny house movement need’s is access to much cheaper units that are also energy efficient.
Natalie McKee… time to cut back on the coffee. Seriously. I mean, rot iron for cryin’ out loud. Ya know, not even in America is it normally spelled wrong… oh sorry, should that have been rong? LOL
Not sure why the stacked wood out front if the “fireplace” is a gas FP. Needs bathroom and kitchen facilities. No obvious facilities — heat, cooling — insulation? Hmm.
Let’s see. No bathroom, no kitchen, wheels obviously utilized for looks over function. Not to mention that it appears to be easily made for production. There is nothing here that remotely describes the point of tiny house living. At least not from what I’m seeing. Unless of course custom shepherd’s huts are supposed to be bland and very basic. Then Good job! It is just some other company charging astronomical prices for something easily obtained by DIY. With a better design by DIY at that. Close but no cigar. Well, not even close.
I think others have just about covered grammar. Time to slow down and proof read. Apply the simple relaxing life of tiny house living to your posts as well. Enjoy what you do rather than chase the dollar. JMHO
Indoor Bath is generally higher priority for women more than the guys…..I still think it shows amazing creativity, and certainly a great move toward tiny living!
Are you saying guys would prefer to take a dump in the snow than in an enclosed indoor toilet? Frost bite on your butt and other precious body parts. That would also make for record breaking ablutions times. I just dont see it myself, but then I’m not a bloke.
Somewhere between this Shepherd’s hut, a teardrop trailer and a tiny house there’s a really sweet, sweet spot…. Any designers out there ready to take the challenge?
What wrath hath rot wrought.
LOL! Enjoyed your wit.
Now THAT was funny!
Obviously, this is not a home and is not intended for full-time living. It is a cabin. You don’t expect plumbing to be in a cabin. I like it a lot. I prefer the uncluttered monochromatic style. My teens would love this in our backyard.
I love to make a campfire to cook. Plus most tents don’t come with a bathroom. People are getting soft here! Love it!