Rustic Tiny Cabin Interior


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I love the railings and ladder of this loft bed and just the overall look and feel of the interior of this cabin. I wish that we could see more!

To me using natural materials from the surrounding environment for parts of your tiny home is not only inexpensive (usually it’s free!) but it’s also just cool and it’s good for the environment.

Personally I just love that rustic country feel.. Especially in a tiny house or cabin.

What can you use in your area to add this type of vintage all natural charm to your current or future tiny house? Have you already done it? If so, share in the comments below.

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  1. Alex and any others considering using tree limbs for weight bearing ladders: DON’T DO IT!!! This is from very personal experience at my own home! My husband has a landscape firm and consequently, has access to literally tons of wood that is removed as “take downs” of trees from clients. We wanted to build an octagon “star gazing platform” in our back garden for all ages to enjoy. The octagon was constructed out of pressure treated wood and attached to the base of an old Silver Maple stump, which was 8 feet high. We used recycled disease-free Ironwood for the support railings and guards around the edges of the platform and had a master craftsman construct the ships ladder going up to the top. He used threaded bolts to secure the 3″ diameter rungs to the rails and secured their ends with washers. The ladder worked very well for all ages and weights to scamper up the 8’…until it didn’t…with NO WARNING! My slip of a daughter who weighs 110 pounds, soaking wet, was coming down the ladder when the 2nd from the top rung just snapped in half and she fell straight down, hitting her head and spine on the way down! She ended up dazed and horrifically bruised but otherwise okay! We took that ladder down in less than a minute after it happened and bought a metal step ladder with rails and attached it to the platform with brackets. When we looked at the broken rung, we could find NO rot, NO insect damage…nothing! It just was natural uncured wood and it finally snapped under the pressure.

    So, please take my own personal experience and save yourself or your beloved ones lives! Use pretty, natural wood where safety doesn’t matter but DON’T use it for any area where weight or height is an issue!

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