Ever wanted to stay in a barn? Probably not, but this studio-style vacation apartment is located in the loft of this secluded barn that’s close to tons of beautiful trails you can enjoy. It has a complete kitchen so you’d never even need to leave if you didn’t want to! A great place to unplug.
One of the coolest things is it shows how you can set up a tiny space and have a bed on the first floor. Studio set-ups are a great way to make that happen, and perfect for a single person or even a couple with similar sleeping schedules. Take a look below and book a stay on Airbnb.
The owner is also a fashion and interior designer, Scott Newkirk, who enjoys staying here and getting away from the big city during weekends in the spring.
The cabin is completely off grid with no electricity and no running water. This allows Scott to completely unplug from the modern world. When he wants to take a bath he goes down to the nearby creek!
Outside you’ll find there’s a large outdoor deck for relaxing and taking in the surrounding views of nature. Inside you’ll notice an open floor plan and floating stairs that lead up to the sleeping loft. Simple but awesome, isn’t it?
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Mark Andre was marking trees in one of the Arcata Community Forest’s most remote sections recently when he happened upon something that wasn’t there the last time he’d been in the area. That was back in 1985, when Arcata’s Environmental Services director was a city forest technician.
It was a cabin. And not the usual ramshackle, trash-strewn heap of debris, but a proper house, constructed, if not for the ages, for more than just a brief stay.
Designed in nature and eco friendly I’m happy to share with you the Tye River Cabin located in Skykomish, Washington. The architects, Olson Kundig, designed this cabin with large windows and glass doors for entertaining and inviting the outdoors in. I feel these features give the modern river cabin a more natural feel.
The cabin is compact yet cozy and fully equipped with a kitchen, living room with a fireplace, two bedrooms and a bathroom. I think this cabin in the woods would make a nice peaceful place to live, how about you? Enjoy the photos below and let us know what you think are about this cabin down by the river.
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