Ever dreamed of packing it all up and moving to a tiny retreat in the woods? Us too! We love the idea of sitting by a roaring fire in a one-room cabin listening to the wind in the trees. These ten tiny cabins definitely aren’t helping us fend of daydreams of running off to the
In this podcast episode, Ethan talks with Katy Zientek on how she and her husband converted an old shed built in the 1980s into a tiny house. The shed is located on her grandparent's property so that made it convenient. In the interview, they go through all the basics. Like how they did the floors,
Libraries are one of my happy places so this cabin is straight out of my dream - a cozy personal library blended with a forest getaway! The Bookworm cabin is made for bibliophiles who want to enjoy the peace and quiet of nature while devouring stories by a fireplace. Designed by Polish duo Bartłomiej Kraciukand
This particular cabin was built for a writer/artist as a retreat from the busyness of life. Inside, there is a writing desk along one wall that can flip up on hinges to use. The back wall has a built-in bed that also serves for seating, and it has storage drawers underneath. Nearby is a working full bathroom housed inside a barn.