Love the wooded life? Check out this tiny zen cabin in the Oregon forest.
Outside, you’ll notice a square two-story home covered in unfinished wooden “slices.” The tall a-line roof allows plenty of headroom when you’re in the second-floor sleeping loft.
When you go inside, you’ll find a beautiful open space with a corner kitchen featuring wooden countertops and open shelving and a large elevated floor couch area. A wood-burning stove doubles as an oven and cook top. At the end of the house, you’ll find a beautiful wooden staircase leading to the bedroom. Climb up and you’ll find a queen-sized bed under a canopy of pine paneled ceilings with exposed beams. For a tiny home, this is one spacious bedroom! Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
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Tiny Zen Cabin in the Forest
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Learn more: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/921289
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A peaceful tranquil little place.
I had seen this great little place before , but it`s good to see it again.
You didn’t mention that the cabin was built by Brian Schulz, well known traditional kayak builder. Such a shame.
Precious little cabin but designed for the young and nimble. There is room for a small kitchen and I would put in real living room furniture and a wood burning, free-standing fireplace. By the way, where is the bathroom? We would have to build on for an enclosed bathroom and a spare room for our kitties
Enchanting cottage — the warm wood makes it so inviting and the
surround (lush foliage) certainly adds. I would, tho, like to have seen more — the bathroom, any closets or storage, etc. Still — just
Very pretty pictures. Not practical for full-time living.
The unfinished exterior definitely needs a suitable finish, and renewed yearly.
Beautiful appearance but there is not a chance in……. That I am going outdoors in the dark to use the bathroom. In fact,I don’t want to do that at anytime.so bathroom a must. Would like a kitchen but I have camped and can do outdoor cooking . now that I think about it, I would want at least a way to store leftovers and a way to heat coffee even if only a coffee pot, but this is pretty nice
Serene and secluded. One of my faves.
Here is a video about the house. He explains more of his philosophy behind it.
So sad to always see comments that take away from the art and craftsmanship of such a beautiful dwelling. Obviously the cabin was built with a specific purpose in mind and oriented towards the tastes of the customer and individual building it. I realize the comments are subjective but those that critisize, feel free to build whatever you want using whatever design, means and methods you choose. The cabin is beautiful!
Thank you for your thoughts.
I think some people just missed what the concept is about.. Simple living, hence “zen” cottage!
There is a very simplistic kitchen… Counter, sink, hot plate, electric teapot, and cooking on the wood stove (pans are hanging above it).
As for the sofa area… I can see multi-purpose function. A nice communal area for conversation and relaxing, and it provides adequate space for yoga… Off the possibly cold floor.
And yes, what a beautiful stairway. Whether or not its my dream space, someone was kind enough to share their dream.
Love the home