The great part about these is that you can try out one of their tiny cabins first to see how you like living small at a tiny cabin rental at Blue Moon Rising because they built those for them. And if you love it, you can always have Hobbitat build your own unique cottage/cabin or tiny house.
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Hobbitat Tiny Houses and Small Cabins/Cottages
Let me show you just a few of the tiny and small cabins they’ve built so far:
Tiny Cabin: View from Inside with the Front Door Open
What a cool outdoor area… Surrounded by nature and woods.
Interior of the Small Cabin
I really love the rustic look and feel to it and the use of reclaimed materials throughout.
Most Awesome DIY Murphy Bed I’ve Seen..
It folds right down into a bed. Or right back up to save you precious space!
Wow, look at the detailed finishing touches!
More Cabins from Hobbitat
The really small ones are outdoor showers that are going to Blue Moon Rising.
Rustic/Reclaimed Tiny House
Sliding Door System
Sturdy design. I don’t think that will be failing any day soon.
Ladder to Sleeping Loft
Antique Door Knob
I Just Love the Rounded Doors…
Two Tiny Cabins in the Woods
Another Little Cabin
Small Cabin in the Snow
Covered in snow. Yikes! Get that fireplace going.
Hobbitat Tiny Houses
Wow, look at the interior here…
I LOVE this purple door.
Funky tiny homes and cabins are the best.
Beautiful Windows, Paneling, Vaulted Ceilings, and Wood Throughout
Hobbitat was founded by Bill Thomas in January 2012 after 30 years of experience in the historic restoration and custom home building business.
This year Hobbitat helped Blue Moon Rising with their 13 tiny cabins in their ecotourism retreat. And each one has a unique design since there’s an emphasis on using reclaimed materials.
If you enjoyed this post “Like” and share it using the buttons below then share your thoughts about these reclaimed tiny cabins in the comments below. Are tiny houses around this size much more livable for you than some of the super small ones we feature on Tiny House Talk a lot? I’d love to read your thoughts on that. Thanks!