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This is a simple and sweet tiny home built on a farm in Elk, Washington. The home’s front porch looks out over an evergreen forest, and gorgeous sunsets paint the sky. Board and batten siding gives the space a cozy cottage feel.

Inside the house are two lofts, accessible via ladders, which bookend the main living area. There’s a desk, a two-person table, and a couch facing the entertainment center. A small kitchen takes up one-half of the back wall, while a 3/4 bathroom sits right next to it. What do you think of this little vacation cabin?

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Cute Tiny Home Near the Forest!

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Images via @pf_tiny_home

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This beautiful A-frame tiny house is 252 square feet, but its extra tall ceilings make it look taller and skinnier than it truly is on the inside. The house sits in the Desert of Maine Campground, located near sprawling sand dunes smack-dab in the middle of the Maine forest — a natural leftover of the last ice age!

The simple cabin has a queen-sized bed, and two twin mattresses that can be pulled out at night for kids. A half-bath sits behind the bed, and there’s a little kitchen area with a retro mini-fridge, kettle, and Keurig. Outside the A-frame, you’ll find a small fire pit with Adirondack chairs, and a picnic table for meals. What do you think of this cute space?

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Explore the Desert — in Maine! — And Stay in an A-Frame

Tall & Skinny A-Frame 14’x18′

Images via Airbnb/Doug

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Here’s a gorgeous two-story chalet in the woods of Canada that’s surrounded by stunning evergreen forest. While the interior living space is fairly compact, the large decks that wrap around two sides of the house nearly double the area to relax. And did I mention the 4-season shipping container thermal pool?

The bedrooms are on the first floor of the chalet, each with a queen-sized bed. Upstairs, there’s an open-concept living room with a wood stove that flows into the kitchen/dining area. You can enjoy meals while soaking in views through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Which feature do you think is the most remarkable?

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Two-story Chalet Cabin with Thermal Shipping Container Pool!

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This is a fairly new A-frame tucked into the Maine woods. Off-grid and solar-powered, it’s a good spot to get away from it all! A perfect couple’s retreat, there’s a luxurious queen-sized bed in the cozy loft bedroom.

The first floor is open-concept, with a kitchen along the back wall and a living space looking out on nature (and the large front deck). You get a grill for cooking outdoors, a fire pit for some smores, and even an outdoor couch. What do you like most about this cabin?

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The Lilli Pad: An Off-Grid A-Frame in the Woods

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Images via Sami/Airbnb

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This eco-home is so neat, and I don’t know what to call the shape other than a “Swiss roll”! The owners at Great Field Farm in Canterbury call it the “Bumble Barn” because the living sedum roof is a favorite of the local bees. While not exactly “tiny,” it’s a unique and sustainable design that we could all take inspiration from.

The long home actually has three bedrooms: one main room with a queen bed and ensuite bathroom, and twin side-by-side bedrooms with 2 twin beds each. The rest of the barn has a kitchen, dining room, and sleek living area that opens out to a patio. What do you think of this fun design?

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Beautiful Modern Home w/ Living Roof! Sleeps 6

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Images via Airbnb/Lewana

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Tucked away in western Massachusetts is this lovely little board & batten cabin where you can enjoy nature, mountain views, and the wonders of being unplugged from the outside world! There’s no wifi, limited electricity, and no running water, but you’ll be cozy and warm with a wood stove, propane stove, and loft bedroom.

The property also has an outdoor kitchen, a picnic area, and an outhouse. You’ll feel at peace in the forest. Enjoy the photo tour below.

  • A tranquil semi-off-grid cabin in Massachusetts.
  • Surrounded by forests and mountain views.
  • Rustic charm with woodstove warmth and outdoor living amenities.

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Modern-Day Cabin Living: Semi-Off-Grid Retreat in Picturesque Massachusetts

Semi Off-Grid Cabin Camp Retreat in Massachusetts

Images via Airbnb/Hannah

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This beautiful Scandi-inspired tiny house in Asheville, North Carolina boasts a gorgeous deck that doubles the amount of living space. The porch has a unique floating fireplace that looks like a perfect spot to curl up with a hot cup of coffee.

Inside the tiny house is a well-appointed kitchen space and a private bedroom with a queen bed. There’s a bathroom with a glass shower stall and a lounge space up in the loft.

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Dog-Friendly Tiny Cabin with Outdoor Fireplace

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Images via Airbnb/Mae

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This Uxbridge, MA cottage was professionally designed and built and you can tell! Added to the existing home, the private space feels both traditional and contemporary, with classy elements that feel perfectly “in style.” The bathroom has a vintage dresser turned into a vanity, for example. And there’s a handsome Pottery Barn couch in the living space.

Perhaps the most remarkable part of this cottage is the loft! Instead of sticking with the white walls from downstairs, they painted the loft a moody midnight blue — and it works. The space feels romantic and cozy and not coffin-like at all. Enjoy the photo tour below.

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Professionally Designed and Built MA Cottage

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Images via Airbnb/Tim

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Looking for a unique home style? This Owl Hill House was built by artists in the 1980s and has a funky, sculptural feel. The furniture is all built into the walls and gives you a cozy Hobbit-like spot to vacation.

There’s a bed, full kitchen, and bathroom, as well as a cozy round living space with a wood-burning stove. While the Airbnb listing doesn’t mention it, this looks like a cob home with plaster walls!

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570 Sq Ft Owl Hill House

Sculptural Plaster Home from the 80s

Images via Mark/Airbnb

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