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Modern 390-sq.-ft. Cabin Plans


At just 390 square feet, the Stuga tiny house is a “true” tiny house (under 400 sq. ft.) that’s designed to be built on a foundation. It’s essentially a modern square that’s divided into a kitchen/living area and then features a separate bedroom and bathroom.

Lots of windows and doors bring light inside, and there’s a large deck on two of the four sides of the structure for outdoor living. You can buy the plans for this home from the Small House Catalog. Where would you build this little cabin?

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The Stuga House Plans from The Small House Catalog

The kitchen and living room are open to each other.

There’s space for dining and relaxing.

The separate bedroom has its own door to the outside.

This seems like a pretty perfect layout! What do you think?

Open up the doors and bring the inside out.

About the Plans:

  • 390 sq. ft.
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 bath
  • Width: 20’-0”
  • Length: 20’-0”
  • Height: 14’-6”
  • Wall height: slopes from 8’-0” – 12’-0”
  • 2×6 R-21 + walls
  • Trussed R-49 + roof
  • Insulated slab foundation
  • Deck
  • Mini-split heating & cooling
  • Tankless water heating
  • Wood or gas fireplace optional
  • International Residential Code compliant
  • Estimated cost to build is $150-200/ sq. ft.
  • What’s Included
    Instant PDF download
  • License to build one house
  • Plans are delivered as immediate PDF downloads and are ready to submit for permitting and construction anywhere in the US or Canada. Additional information and/or engineering may be required in specific zip codes, check with your local building department. Plans include license to build one house.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Redman Catskill
    May 7, 2022, 9:58 am

    It seems ok for a weekend place. The bedroom is very small. I would remove the wall between the bedroom and the hallway. I would turn the porch into a closet. The entry door could be moved to the living room wall that is against the bathroom. An L-shaped kitchen would allow more counter space. The exterior design would look great in many locations – urban, coastal, rural.

  • ronn
    May 7, 2022, 10:09 am

    Very nice design. love the simplicity.

    this design can easily be tweaked, as I would have no use for the bedrooms exterior door.
    would also like a small sleeping loft on front wall of living room. will save this…….

  • Michael
    May 7, 2022, 12:35 pm

    Not a WONDERFUL cabin..

  • vee
    May 7, 2022, 1:50 pm

    Really like this one — only needs a few tweaks!! :)!

  • May 7, 2022, 3:47 pm

    Does not seem as functional as the Athens Sandpiper, and the Sandpiper is not very ergonomic for seniors or handicapped. Not sharing a wall for plumbing is costing at least 30% more in that area of costs. Probably why my “J” Wall designs seem more usable with a separate utility/half bath in 400 sq.ft. Now if I could get a factory to do a “proof-of-concept” in less than four years without costing $100k up front, you might see it…I will be pushing up daisies by then.

  • David Pedersen
    May 7, 2022, 3:55 pm

    It lacks storrage space.

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