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If you’re a fan of tiny log cabins like I am I thought you’d also love this one. Notice how they used an all-in-one kitchen unit to complete the kitchen area. The cabin is really basic but seems built to high quality standards. I’d enjoy the all wood interior, how about you?
It’s interesting too how you can’t see the porch in the second photo. I take it that it was added on later on along with the deck. That’s one of the best parts about building on your own land on a normal foundation because you can always add on quite easily and inexpensively.
What would you guess the budget for this project was? I’d say somewhere around $12,000 for materials at most. That figure, of course, doesn’t include paying for labor as I’m assuming it was a DIY project.
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That stove unit is cool and I am guessing was salvaged out of an old camper. This is a good basic design but I would pitch that roof higher for more headroom in the loft. Nice screened porch to keep the bugs out and can be converted to a solarium in winter for additional heat to the cabin and makes a nice mudroom.
This was a pre-built little cabin. I think the owner bought it from the Amish. then after it was delivered and set up, he added the porch.
I’ve seen these exterior pictures before, probably on a Tiny House blog. It’s not a DIY at least on the outside. It was either delivered complete or built on site by a pro. Not sure about the interior, however. Still a great tiny cabin.
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Jon’s Cabin in Wisconsin”
Thanks Lilli, that’s the one I saw before. It was not my memory playing tricks on me.
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