I wanted to show you this tiny cabin with its 18′ vaulted ceilings in Asheville.
It’s a vacation rental you can actually stay in if you wanted and I find it to be the perfect size house.
It’s really spacious compared to a little house on wheels but has a similar design concept.
A cabin that’s a little larger, more spacious, but still very small relative to even today’s smallest homes.
Jenny’s cabin is 16’x25′ so it’s approximately 400-square-feet with a large deck.
And for those of you who don’t like the idea of upstairs sleeping lofts, maybe something like this is what you might want instead? Come on, let’s go inside!
18′ Vaulted Ceilings
Windows & Natural Lighting Throughout
Notice the Optional Storage/Sleeping Loft Below
Open Floor Plan with Bedroom
Kitchen with Granite Countertops
I like how there are no cabinets or shelves on the walls of the kitchen because it gives it a clean look and also makes the space seem bigger.
View from the Loft
I don’t believe there is a bed up there it’s probably just used for storage but obviously you’d be able to do whatever you want with your own. I’d probably go ahead and use it as a bed or maybe even an elevated office or writing area?
Sorry! Cabin is no longer available for rent.
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Afterwards I’d love to read your thoughts on it in the comments below. I’m curious, would you rather build and live in a tiny cabin like this or a tiny home on wheels? Thanks!
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