This is a pioneer style tiny log cabin with trim work done by Wilderness Woodworks in Ely, Minnesota shared by one of our readers.
As you can see below, it’s a traditional log cabin with a covered front porch entry. Go inside and you’ll find your kitchenette, living area, bunk beds, and dining nook – all in one room. Facilities are nearby. Please enjoy the tour below and let us know what you think in the comments. What would you do with a little cabin like this? Would you live in it?
This is a tiny log cabin in New Zealand called the Fossickers Hut. From the outside, you’ll notice it has a classic pioneer style to it. It’s a tribute to the gold miners who once lived in an area called Canvastown that’s nearby.
Today, the little log cabin serves as a vacation spot that sleeps up to four people. And yes, it’s still completely off-the-grid. When you go inside, you’ll find a living area, downstairs bed, upstairs sleeping loft, a pot-belly stove, minimalist kitchen, small dining table, and an outdoor bathroom complete with shower and tub. Wouldn’t it be cool to step back in time and vacation in this Midwest-style cabin? I think so!
This man built a tiny log cabin with the help of friends for only $500 in the northern woods of Canada on a private plot of land.
He did it with no building codes because the land is privately owned and there are no permits required in his area for structures that are 10′ x 10′ or less. The front door used to be a coffee table. This is his first log cabin build and he’s already working on his second one.
I’m excited to share this Stanley Rocky Mountain Tiny House with you built by Greg Parham of Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses in Colorado. He emailed me yesterday to let me know he has just completed and sold this little log cabin on wheels. And one of the reasons I’m thrilled to share it with you is not only because it’s completely unique and awesome throughout, but because I know you’ll love the flip up/down hinged overhangs. Pretty smart!
One issue when building tiny houses on wheels is dealing with overhangs because we’re limited to a road width of 8’6″ in most areas. In this case, with the flip up/down design, you can have the best of both worlds… Check it out now right here for yourself and please re-share below.
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