Most of us or at least I think most of us want a tiny house to live in full-time so we can live life on our own terms.
At least that’s why I was motivated to initially look into little homes.. How about you?
And I was able to achieve a lot of the same results with a really small apartment. This helped me save money, lower my living costs, and transition into owning my own business.
Right away I realized that living small also helps the environment which is great. And I believe the future of housing lies somewhere between small spaces and smart design.
But what about a little cabin to write in? To work in? Or maybe just to get away in? It turns out that a lot of normal people in regular sized houses want the same thing for their hobbies. A place to get away from it all or to concentrate on their passion.
So today I’m showing you author Mike Lunsford’s little writing cabin. I hope you enjoy.
Surrounded by nature and and a deck that surrounds part of the house. This makes for the perfect writing studio or even a livable tiny house for those of us eager to enjoy the simple life.
Below is a shot of the group who help build the cabin according to Mike’s website.
If you’re curious on what Mike writes about, you can check out his books right here.
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