What do you think of studio-style cabins? This romantic getaway in Tennessee is a stunning log cabin right on a river, with an open floor plan.
In one corner of the cabin is a comfortable king-size bed, and right next to it is a large jacuzzi tub. There’s also a lounge corner with a gas fireplace and a fully-equipped kitchen with a dining area. Outside on the deck, you’ll have water views, as well as a hot tub to relax in! Book your stay on Airbnb.
Right in the heart of Appalachia in North Carolina sits this lovely Scandinavian-inspired log cabin with a huge wrap-around porch and breathtaking mountain views.
The 800 square foot cabin has a spacious ground-floor bedroom adjacent to an open-concept living/kitchen/dining area. The interior of the cabin has a lovely whitewash on all the logs, making it bright and airy.
On the porch, you’ll find a covered dining area, romantic porch swing, and stunning views. You can follow the farm that runs the cabin stay on Instagram, or book your stay at Airbnb.
Looking for a small log cabin to spend your days? This spot in Arkansas is for sale for $119,000 (sold).
It’s a one-bedroom, one-bath cabin that comes in at just over 700 square feet. There’s a bonus room on the ground floor that could be used as a second bedroom.
The home has a $100 HOA fee that covers the cost for the clubhouse, playground, trails as well as snow removal, trash, grounds maintenance, and utilities. While you’ll own your .59 acre lot, you’ll also have access to nearly 10 acres of woods and amenities.
Enjoy the photo tour below and get in touch via the Zillow listing for more details, if available.
This is the Log Cabin Tiny House at Tiny Digs Hotel in Portland. We’ve shared it with you before, but this is a fun update.
Jenna at Tiny House Giant Journey took an awesome video tour of the little vacation space, which helps you get a much better feel for the space and amenities offered. If you are looking for a rustic feel but don’t want to rough it, this little lodge might be the place for you!
Enjoy a couple screenshots and then take the video tour with Jenna below!
This is Steve’s 400 sq. ft. Cabin off Big Twin Lake in Winthrop, Washington that he built as a retirement home.
In order to build just fifty feet from the lakeside, Steve had to build “tiny” and so he has his cabin on a 20 ft. by 20 ft. slab. The self-contained space has a composting toilet and shower in the bathroom, pull down stairs to bed loft with window dormer, and handmade furniture that includes a futon bed.
Steve said it’s built with a log post structure and 6” walls covered with 1” styrofoam and stucco. His kitchen has an apartment size fridge and range and he enjoys a built-in indoor-outdoor sound system including a sub-woofer. Best of all? There’s a dock for relaxing or fishing!
If you have questions for Steve, ask in the comments!
This is the Dutch music performer, Hans Liberg’s, secluded music studio log cabin designed by Piet Hein Eek.
At a first glance it just looks like a big stack of logs. But once the window shutters are opened you can see that it’s actually a micro cabin! And it’s perfectly set up to create and play music while being away from everything else. Pretty awesome, isn’t it?
This is definitely NOT a tiny cabin but it’s still an awesome solar off-grid log cabin on 20 acres for sale in Michigan.
It has three rooms, one bathroom, and a large kitchen. The cabin is self sufficient with solar panels and is located on prime hunting land.
Even though it looks small in the photos, the total space inside is listed at 1700 sq. ft. including the loft space. Again, I know, it’s NOT tiny, and it’s hardly small, but I still thought you might enjoy it especially if you have a big family (or want a big family).
This is the incredible story of a father and his son who set the audacious goal of building a tiny pioneer-style log cabin, in Alaska, in only 15 days.
Is it even possible to do that? Well, I suppose we will find out, but this old boy and his son sure think they can, and you know what, who’s stopping them? Enjoy below and who knows, you may learn a little something about logging.
Today I’m featuring Grandpas Cabin by Sidekick Homes a subdivision of Kephart Living. They have 12 house plans that are under 600 square feet. Their smallest is 360 square feet.
Most of their designs are intended to be backyard cottages. They offer different designs in the hopes that you can pick something to match your existing architecture/community.
Prices range from $75,000 to $200,000 for the structures themselves. The homes are designed to meet current housing standards but can be customized as needed. There are single and two-story models. Most of the homes can be modified to include a garage or basement if needed.
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