Here’s an off grid micro cabin I just had to show you.
It’s too small for full-time living unless you’re going with the bare minimum.
I think it’s a great way to try out the simple life while on vacation.
Way more of an experience than a hotel if you ask me.
So let me give you the rest of the tour below:
Interior of Off Grid Micro Cabin
Wood Burning Furnace
Micro Cabin with Bed, Storage and Furnace
Lots of Storage Underneath the Bed
Notice there are also some shelves above the bed too.
Photo Credits Airbnb.com
If you’re interested in booking and staying in this off-grid cabin you can do so here.
How would you design and build your own micro cabin and what would you use it for? Would it be a backyard office, a getaway, or your permanent simple living habitat?
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Where is the grey water disposed?
Where is the bathroom?
I like rustic but this is way too rustic for me!
Guess I just don’t get it. If you are taller than 5’6 you would have to stoop over as you got close to the window. Where’s the step to help you get into the bed? Getting out might be painful if that’s like “1×12” on the side rail. BYOT(oilet)? Nope, not for me, even for an overnight.
Do u know if there are any places like this in Wisconsin for rent?