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Man Builds a $1k Tiny Cabin using Free Plans


This is a tiny cabin a man built with just 1,000 euros using free open source plans he found online.

Outside, you’ll notice the house is shaped like the hull of a boat. The roof/walls of the home are wood-paneled on the inside, with a layer of sheep’s wool for insulation and then a layer of canvas tacked overtop.

When you go inside, you’ll find a very minimalist interior that includes some low-lying storage, a woodburning stove for heat, and a bed. The sink on one wall has no running water but drains out the bottom when you use it to wash your face or the dishes. A window on one end of the house creates a wonderful cross breeze with the open front door. The electricity comes from one solar panel. How does he cook? A nearby caravan includes a kitchenette with a propane oven and a dinette.

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Man Builds Tiny Cabin for only $1,000 using Free Plans

Man Builds a $1k Tiny Cabin using Free Plans

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{ 5 comments… add one }
  • Avatar Gabrielle Charest

    Nicely done.

  • Avatar Wickedjulia

    Where is the link for the open source floor plan?

  • Avatar Dave O'Brien

    These inexpensive homes (staying debt free) are TRULY the way to freedom. THIS IS THE NUMBER 1 WAY TO BEAT THE SYSTEM!!!

  • Avatar Brian

    That’s pretty nice, but I don’t even want to think about how many mice are living under the canvas.

  • Avatar Theo

    First, 1,000 euros is equal to $1093.20, not $1000.00. Nice work – mostly, but I’m wondering about mice too. The really positive thing is no loft bed; however, you have to go to a camper to cook and eat, outside to wash dishes, outside to shower (bet that’s great both ways in the winter), outside to the loo. Tell me again, what’s the positive part?

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