One of our readers, Mark built his own off the grid small cabin.
Recently he had to move and has been missing his 16’x20′ cabin. Tomorrow I’m going to show you Mark’s micro house that he uses as a camper with his Toyota Tacoma truck.
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Tiny/Small Cabin in the Woods
The porch that you see below is the entrance for the cabin.
Living Simply: Off the Grid?
In total, it cost him around $16,000 in material costs to put this off-grid cabin together.
The walls inside are ten feet high so it feels really spacious.
I love the high ceilings and simplicity of it all.
Many of the materials- like the cabinets below- were free because they were reclaimed.
The upstairs sleeping loft walls go up two feet before the roof starts going in so there’s plenty of room.
Thank you so much for sharing your cabin with us Mark!🙏
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