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Tiny Log Cabin near Lake Tahoe

This is a tiny log cabin near Lake Tahoe.

From the outside, you’ll notice log siding and a gable roof with a fun second story balcony off one side of the home.

When you go inside, you’ll find a living room, full kitchen, bathroom, and a loft bedroom.

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Tiny Log Cabin near Lake Tahoe


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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.

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  • Avatar Mary

    That is my dream house. I need one more year until my son graduates high school to move!

  • Avatar Tisha E.

    I could easily see this as a retirement home. But that is still several years away! Love it all the same!

  • Avatar Christy

    Love this cabin. I think the chinking makes it look different/appealing. ALSO: Love the sofas — anyone know the brand or source??????? Thanks for the help!

  • Avatar sel

    Nice cabin, though i find too much clutter with the over massive furniture in the living room. Don’t understand why after de-cluttering of ones life, such large pieces are used…..Perhaps a good interior designer could help out with this ? After all, small spaces deserve a different approach.

    • Avatar Gabrielle Charest

      How a home is furnished or decorated depends on the owner’s preferences. Some people tolerate clutter more than others. And sometimes when you are moving into a smaller space there are things you just can’t give up!

      I just like to look at the structure of the home and its floor plan. Then my brain goes into gear and I imagine how I might like it to be.

    • Avatar Bonny

      I can tell you that, if you have a cabin at Tahoe, you will have a lot of company and you need a lot of seating. But I would get green, blue, or even red sofas to balance out all the brown tones…love wood, even as much as this one has but it needs some contrast.

  • Avatar Mike

    Really authentic. Those HDR photos really bring out the fingerprints on the fridge, don’t they?

  • Avatar Marilyn Miller

    Is there a dining area in the house?

  • Wow! What a nice cabin! It looks pretty large inside. Love the furniture and the fireplace. I love the look of the outside, it’s really a nice place! Enjoy!!

  • Avatar Rev

    Thumbs up on interior design. The seating blends with the structure and the exterior views. Harmonious. Relaxing. Thank you!

  • Avatar Teresa Suggs

    I need any and all info on this tiny home plans and cost please.

  • Avatar Nanny M

    Classic vacation home in a perfect area. Drool. For me, the large pieces fit nicely.

  • Avatar Shelly

    I love this cabin. Who is the manufacturer of the couch?

  • Avatar Adina Hirschmann

    Great combination of modern and rustic. Imagining my 5-piece black leather sectional in that wood-paneled living/great room, 40″ panel TV and full-size surround speakers. The stainless steel is my color, too! The same place would be great on the East Coast too.

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