You might remember Kristie Wolf and her unique vacation designs, like the promotional potato she turned into an Airbnb. Her latest, the Cocoon Cottage, has a cozy woodland feel and overlooks North Tenmile Lake in Oregon. The bulk of the cottage came as a prefab from Iglucraft in Estonia, but Wolf personalized every detail!
There’s actually a secondary “iglu” that’s a sauna on another deck close to the water. Oh, and an old tin Cowboy tub near the cottage lets you take a bath while soaking in the nature views! What a fun spot to stay — what’s your favorite part?
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The Cocoon Cottage: Romantic Pod Airbnb
The cottage is 28 feet long and just over 7 feet wide
There’s a bathroom and kitchenette as well.
VIDEO: Prefab Tiny Home is her fairytale cottage
- Kristie Wolf designs unique vacation properties full-time
- North Tenmile Lake, Oregon
- Prefab unit from Iglucraft in Estonia
- Thought shipping/cost would be 60 days/$6k
- Ended up taking 9 months and $40K!
- Chose natural/garden elements in the decor
- Cozy bedroom nook
- Drop-leaf table and small armchairs
- Bathroom with shower stall
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Such an interesting tiny home! I love it’s uniqueness! I do like it better when there are more photographs, though. It allows for closer examination of the details and piques my interest enough to then watch the video. When there are only a few photos, I usually move on. Thanks for the opportunity to voice my preference. Others may be very happy that there are fewer photos and be able to watch a video instead, and that’s fine. I like photos.