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Funkomatic Tiny Cabin by Hobbitat Spaces

This is the Funkomatic Tiny Cabin by Hobbitat Spaces at Blue Moon Rising in McHenry, Maryland.

It’s built using mostly reclaimed materials and features a kitchenette, full bathroom, queen loft, and queen nook! The little cabin is available to vacation in at Blue Moon Rising.

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The Funkomatic Tiny Cabin Built with Reclaimed Materials Including Reclaimed Hemlock Barn Siding

Photos via Hobbitat Spaces

Simple tiny cabin on a foundation w/ a corrugated metal roof, and reclaimed barn siding.

Photos via Hobbitat Spaces

The flooring is reclaimed chestnut. What do you think of this layout? Just the right amount of space, isn’t it? Inside there are plaster walls with straw accents. And the front door is recycled from a cafe in Baltimore!

Photos via Hobbitat Spaces

Cozy bedroom… It’s a queen-size bump-out sleeping nook. There’s also a sleeping loft.

Photos via Hobbitat Spaces


  • Reclaimed chestnut flooring
  • Reclaimed hemlock barn siding
  • Plaster walls with straw accents
  • Queen sized bump out sleeping nook
  • Queen sized sleeping loft
  • Reclaimed cafe door from Baltimore
  • Corrugated metal roof2

=> https://bluemoonrising.org/cabin-rentals/funkomatik-513/


  1. https://bluemoonrising.org/cabin-rentals/funkomatik-513/
  2. http://hobbitatspaces.com/tiny-house-community/
  3. http://hobbitatspaces.com/
  4. https://bluemoonrising.org

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  • John Thompson
    January 16, 2018, 5:39 pm

    Now THIS! This is the bomb. Wicked good! Re-use. Make it all work. Look at that perfect solar placement; gets sun even in the winter and that view works for me too. It’s a great simple layout – two shed roofs make it work. Nothing not to like about this. It’s refreshing (sorry, but getting more true everyday) to not see a “tiny house” for $432/sq.ft. ($70,000/162) I hope this movement can keep SOME of its adherents looking to reduce their overall footprint. Thanks to Alex for having this kind of thing in here.

  • Jane Barnes
    March 29, 2019, 12:10 am

    I adore almost all tiny houses, but my vision is for a simple box-shape, painted
    that elegant blue that has some black in it, and inside a downstairs bed, and a desk and multiple
    shelves for books, and storage for LOTS of papers, a couch, small but well-equipped kitchen, and
    small bath. On the small size, but I don’t know about sizes. Know any such tiny houses to show
    me? Kind of a big writing office, with other stuff all around it. 🙂

  • Lee Ann
    September 18, 2019, 11:12 am

    Sweet space! I love all the reclaimed wood and the door. Good layout, as well.

  • Maggie
    April 2, 2020, 1:29 pm

    Well if a full sized bed was used in the nook, MAYBE one could get around it to change the sheets. 😉

    • Natalie C. McKee
      April 2, 2020, 1:38 pm

      Haha I always imagine that changing sheets in these tiny homes is tricky!

    • Stephan of Arkansas
      April 2, 2020, 2:22 pm

      Any changer of sheets knows that a bed without adequate walk space around it is…. well, pure hell on earth to make up and change. Perhaps if the bed was on rollers and could be nudged a bit? This design becomes particularly difficult and maddening when one is a senior citizen or physically impaired. Just my 2 cents worth. These comments are respectfully submitted.

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