Photo credit Skonahem
As soon as you just look at it you can tell that this tiny waterfront cabin is a wonderful place to relax and recharge. I would love to read a book on the balcony while enjoying the outdoors here in this tiny cabin.
The evenings must be beautiful here. I’m not sure if you noticed but there are two lounge chairs facing the water down below. And it’s got a really nice deck!
I bet there is a nice fresh breeze that rolls in off the water almost every evening. Looks like a small piece of paradise, doesn’t it?
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I ran into this cabin over at the Small Cabin Forum. It’s an 8×8 cabin with a loft. If you look at the background you’ll notice the outdoor shower too. It’s amazing how much you can really do with such a small space. I love the porch and the steps that they added. I encourage you to take a look at the rest of the photos including the interior over here at the original post. Would you consider going this small? To me this is beyond tiny! I can’t decide whether I’d call it micro or tiny.
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Look at the incredible view that this tiny cabin offers.
It’s sitting on a rock in the Aptos Mountains.
It’s probably only used for skiing but if it were a little larger it can easily be used as a fully functional tiny house.
This is a tiny cabin (that feels like a treehouse) you can rent located literally right by the beach of North Shore in Hawaii as you will be able to see in the pics below. This is just one vacation I am so in love with (and am probably going to start saving up for to go myself).
As you can see the exterior really fits the setting of a treehouse in Hawaii and I really like how it’s surrounded by all types of trees (avocado, banyan, mango) and black lava rock which makes it feel like the perfect sheltered getaway.
The host of this cabin/treehouse says that some of his guests visit specifically to meditate and do yoga so there is a huge communal yoga deck overlooking the beach on the same property.
The unit itself is 250 square feet and features a very impressive interior which you can see below.
I love this view from the treehouse overlooking the beach (which the host states is world famous for surfing).
Another stunning view of this awesome treehouse below.
Something the host noted that I found interesting is that Hawaii is home to some of the best grown organic foods in the world which locals call “food of the Gods”.
I really encourage you to see the many more photos the host has here as they are all breathtaking and check out the great reviews from the guests that have already visited. Makes me really want to go!
I just think this tiny cabin is perfect.
It’s perfectly situated for privacy.
It’s elevated just enough. It’s just too bad we can’t go inside.
But you can tell that they’ve extended the space in the upstairs sleeping loft which is awesome.
And the view when you get to the front porch upstairs seems to be perfect.
How would you like to live in a tiny house or cabin like this?
Built in Québec by Vivre Perché. It’s a 4 seasons cabin with running water, full bathroom, wooden stove and a kitchen corner.
One of our wonderful Tiny House Talk readers sent us photos of his recently finished tiny cabin in the woods to share with you.
He had it built for him as an inexpensive weekend getaway for his family. I imagine something like this doesn’t cost much to build.
The more challenging part is figuring out where you’d like to buy the land, right? What a great way to “recharge” throughout the weekend.
More pics including interior and information here.
More pics including interior here. Photo by Derek Diedricksen. You can also vacation in this tiny cabin. More info on that here.
This tiny log cabin is built by Jalopy Cabins. More pics here.
Asking $19,500 for sale in Saint Ignace, Michigan. More pics and info here.
More pics and info here at Tiny House Blog
It is going to be my full time home as soon as I get the propane hooked up. Right now I live next door with my parents during the work week and at the cabin on the weekends, as my original farmhouse burnt down. This cabin is on my farm property. It is 10 x 12 with a 4 foot overhang porch. Click here to read the full story and see interior pics.
I ran into this tiny survival cabin thanks to SHTF & Prepping Center.
Free plans for this tiny cabin here.
Found this one @ Lloyd Kahn’s blog originally. Photos by Kirk Metson.