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Modern and Rustic 350 Sq. Ft. Tiny Stone Cabin

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From the outside, it looks like a classic tiny stone cabin.

At 350 sq. ft. it’s tiny to some, small to others, and spacious for few.

When you step inside you unexpectedly feel like you’re in a modern, woodsy, and yet rustic micro cabin all at the same time.

I encourage you to enjoy the tour of this modern/classic tiny stone cabin below so you can see what I mean. And let me know your opinion on it in the comments below.

Modern, Rustic and Woodsy Tiny Stone Cabin

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • Rebecca
    June 9, 2014, 12:30 pm

    Wow! This is the closest I have seen to my stone cabin plan… I am at the hauling stone down from my property stage. I love this cabin, especially the chaise bench and barn door to the bath. I split mine into 2 rooms with barn doors opening on a center greenhouse for my cold mountain climate. I love this little cabin and it inspires me to keep trudging forward hauling rocks down this hill.

  • AnAhita Nazeri
    June 9, 2014, 12:37 pm

    It is Awesome indeed and would love one in my Back Yard , the Tiny House is soo Purrrfect for a little getaway , or visiting Guest you may contact me at my email thank you for such Clever Design

  • Richard
    June 9, 2014, 12:40 pm

    Simple, rustic, modern, beautiful, all at once. Just………..wow.

  • Martha
    June 9, 2014, 12:58 pm

    I love the looks of it, but it really irritates me when someone posts several pictures from different angles of the porch, while completely omitting a picture of the full bath.

    I’ve noticed this with a lot of the tiny homes (and sellers of RV’s do it as well) – half the pictures are just slight variations of an outside view, while ignoring the interior features that are important.

    • CathyAnn
      June 9, 2014, 2:38 pm

      I agree!

    • Cahow
      June 11, 2014, 5:03 pm

      I’m right there with you, Martha! For example: 15 photos of a tiny house with 3/4’s of them close up’s of door knobs, interesting knots on the wood paneling and a vase of wild flowers. PLEASE…leave ‘those’ pictures for your Flickr account, okay!? Show us bathrooms, closets, lofts, basements, etc. It’s called Tiny HOUSES, not Tiny DECOR.! 😉

      • Jeannie Carle
        December 16, 2017, 6:04 pm

        Right there with ALL of you! PLEASE may we see the IMPORTANT parts!

        • Eric
          June 28, 2019, 10:14 pm

          Ditto, ditto, ditto.

  • Shayne Troxler
    June 10, 2014, 5:38 am

    A lovely stone cabin completely ruined by the industrial stainless kitchen.

  • Cahow
    June 11, 2014, 5:06 pm

    Personal Taste Complaint: I adore everything about this wee cottage EXCEPT for the jarring incongruity of that massive swath of stainless steel kitchen unit. UGH!, and this is coming from someone who adores modern tiny homes! Unless they got the entire unit for !cheap!, if they had used a bright colour or even just plain white, it wouldn’t have been so jarring…by my eye.

    That said, the rest of the cottage is a charmer and I truly like the kitchen alcove, just not the finish. 😀

  • Tom
    July 10, 2014, 5:15 pm

    If I could change anything. It would be the roof pitch to a gambrel and extend the roof to include the porch and not have a separate roof for the porch. What I really like is the 2 benches/seats/couches that are on both ends of the porch. They are a very neat use of space and they just shout to everyone…” Come sit here for a while or take a nap here.” If one were not there, I would definitely have a porch swing there in it’s place!

  • trail6
    August 15, 2014, 5:44 pm

    I really love this house. I live in an all metal 12′ by 30′ sq/ft — 360 sq/ft house. For me, the perfect size. I have to agree though, with some of the other commentors about the galvanized kitchen finish. My opinion only, but if the home’s owners wanted to use that sort of material, I would have used something like a burnished metal, like a copper. Also, I was hoping to see more of the inside instead of focusing on the outside. I wanted to see something that would give me some more ideas on my interior. I would love to see some more houses featured that are 360 sq/ft. Otherwise, a really cool house. Great job.

  • Marsha Cowan
    October 14, 2014, 2:38 pm

    Man! This is a cabin to die for! I love it in every way, especially the front porch. Thanks for sharing this, Alex.

  • Andrea Hardy
    October 14, 2014, 8:26 pm

    judging from outside, i wasn’t sure about this one but pleasantly surprised by the interior. loving this house with it’s pairing of unlikely materials, a real country charmer!

  • Elizabeth
    October 19, 2014, 9:10 am

    Since the photos were posted by the company that specializes in stonework, they have naturally focused on the outside where you see stonework. The notes on the website said the owner’s chose stainless so that there would be no maintenance.

  • Julie Anne
    October 20, 2014, 8:21 am

    I love the stone, the porch, and the beautiful wood inside. This is the same size as the wood cabin I’m planning to build on forested mountain land next year. And with that said, I don’t understand the interior layout. It looks like a giant bedroom with an industrial kitchen nook and a hidden bathroom. It would make entertaining awkward and there isn’t the least bit of gathering space inside, unless guests wanted to gather on and around the bed! The outdoors is lovely but the weather can put a crimp on dinner and party plans! Maybe there aren’t enough pics and I’m missing things — like some sort of table to eat on and other essentials?

  • T Grant
    November 27, 2014, 6:22 pm

    Yes…More cabins in the 400 sq.ft. range and more pics of the interior layout and construction…not the décor, and not that ugly stainless stuff please. Rustic charm is what I am looking for.

  • lynn faulkner
    October 2, 2016, 9:19 am

    Although for me the metal storage unit seems out of keeping, the overall effect is wonderful. Good job!

  • William Hoskins
    December 10, 2016, 5:39 pm

    These northworks folks do Beautiful, quality products. They’ve got a stunning little poolhouse also, ( tinyhome). Take care guy’s. Stay dry.

    • Natalie
      December 12, 2016, 1:19 pm

      That they do! — Tiny House Talk Team

    March 8, 2017, 9:02 pm

    Whimsical is the look that this house is aiming for, and in my humble opinion, I would say they are successful in capturing just that….!

    March 13, 2017, 12:52 pm

    CUTE! Is that cedar woodwork?

  • Val
    October 16, 2017, 6:53 pm

    I could live here. Sweet

  • HJ
    December 16, 2017, 3:50 pm

    Oddly I dont mind the stainless steel cabinets at all. Looks practical to me. I remember the old steel enamel cabinets of days gone by. They werent pretty, but they sure were practical. I mean I wouldnt go out and pay big bucks for such, but if I got one really cheap or free for salvage, be dandy.

    The stone veneer is what bugs me. Whats the point of putting a stone veneer on a wood frame cabin out in woods? Thats something you would see in suburbia. If it was mortared stone walls entirely from local stone, then great. Assuming your property has supply of field stone or there is a free/cheap supply nearby, then its quite practical and as cheap as it gets.

    Well if you dont live in an earthquake area. Stone walls (or brick or block for that matter) and earthquakes dont mix well.

  • Eve Thornton
    December 24, 2020, 1:49 am

    Trying to do some similar to this on 7 acres I own on mountain property I own as a weekend getaway . What was the ballpark cost for building the house not including appliances but factoring in basic things like cabinets/front doors?

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