Jeff Shelden, an architect and son of a forest ranger, modeled the design of his Montana cabin after a forest service lookout tower. To build the cabin he used wood from an old train trestle, local stone, and reclaimed steel from a nearby farm.
tiny cabin in the woods with first snow fall.Ever since I was a little girl I dreamed of living in a wood cabin,with a very rustic interior. These tiny homes make it so dreaming of owning your own wood cabin is possible.
Love this! Reclaimed wood shed: wow.Wood from three old Oregon barns now makes up Megan Lea’s Backyard House, a 154 square foot studio with loft. Quartertwenty was the builder for the project. would make a great guest spot
Escape looks like a high-end cabin but is actually a by Park Model RV on wheels. Vaulted ceilings and a large window wall give an airy feel to the cottage, which includes a living room with fireplace and kitchen wall and a separate bedroom and bath.
I really like the exterior design of this Tiny House on Wheels. It would allow for sleeping lofts on each end and the kind of back porch I envision. The back porch extension could provided needed space to stow outdoor items during transit.