Tiny House in a Landscape

Tiny House in a Landscape

This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape is a beautiful old stone house in the mountains. The picture is a wall paper that David found and set to me. You can get the high resolution file for a wallpaper here.

Unfortunately there is not any information about the photo so you will have to get creative as far as it’s origin. I am trying to decide if it is located in the southwest or over in Europe. If you know the history of this old stone house, please share it with us in the comment section. read more

Interview with Alex of Tiny House Talk

Derek Diedricksen contacted me yesterday and said that he just posted a new video of an interview he shot in Florida with Alex Pino, the person behind Tiny House Talk. Derek publishes a blog called Relaxshax’s Blog and has been producing a show on YouTube called Tiny Yellow House. Alex tells a little background information on how he got started blogging about the tiny house movement and says he has a tiny house ebook on the way that will contain resource and reference information on tiny houses. read more

Inge & Jørn Built the North Of The Sun Cabin from Driftwood and other Cast-off Materials

Inge & Jørn Built the North Of The Sun Cabin from Driftwood and other Cast-off Materials

Inge Wegge (25) and Jørn Ranum (22) spent nine months of cold, Norwegian winter in the isolated and uninhabited bay of a remote, arctic island by the coast of Northern-Norway, facing nothing but the vast Atlantic Ocean. There they built a cabin out of driftwood and other cast-off materials that washed up on shore.” – Tiny House Swoon

See more of the completed North Of The Sun Cabin

Exposing The Hideaway Hut In Cornwall

Exposing The Hideaway Hut In Cornwall

The Hideaway Hut is a wonderful, natural way to explore a gorgeous area of Cornwall in the UK. Treworgey Farm – a huge expanse of wonderful scenery just a few miles from the coast at Looe – is populated by a variety of animals and now home to Holly and Andy, who have taken over the family business from Holly’s sister Jo. Spread over 150 acres, it’s a picturesque place, with a riding school on site, a few quaint cottages, and a very popular shepherd’s hut for two!

The understated hut sits in its own corner of the farm, complete with a private shower and a composting commode about 65 feet away. From this spot one can either embark on the coastal path or ramble down in the woodlands. For the less stationary though there is access to a games room on site, a pool, and a tennis court, which renters share with the cottages. read more

Laptop and a Rifle Update

Laptop and a Rifle Update

Guest Post by Ryo Chijiiwa

If I’d accepted the job Mark Zuckerberg offered me in 2005, I probably wouldn’t be here. If I hadn’t quit my job at Google a year and a half ago, I probably wouldn’t be here either. But I am here, and for the most part, I’m glad I am.

“Here” is in a half-finished cabin in the woods, and broke. Again. I was in a similar place when you last heard from me on the Tiny House Blog. When I last wrote here a year ago, I had just finished my 48 square foot hut, which cost me the last of my savings. Without enough funds to buy insulation for the winter, I was forced back to the city of San Francisco where I took refuge during the colder months. Like a regular city-dweller, I did some contract programming work and paid monthly rent. But when spring arrived with its bright warm sunny days, I could no longer stay cooped up indoors. read more

A modern cabin tucked into a rocky Norwegian coastline | Lund Hagem

 A modern cabin tucked into a rocky Norwegian coastline | Lund Hagem

Rocky topography helps shelter this small modern cabin on a fjord in southeast Norway. Others would have been tempted to open up the site by clearing the bushes and blasting away some of the rock. Instead, architects Lund Hagem designed the tiny cabin to fit between the boulders and wind-gnarled trees, tucking it against a rock bluff where it is half-hidden by a thicket of vegetation.

Cabin Knapphullet (“buttonhole”) is constructed somewhat like a bridge, with one end of the reinforced concrete roof resting on the bluff and the other end angling down to meet the ground. As the walls don’t need to hold up the roof, they could be fully glazed. read more

Professional Snowboarder’s 228 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin

This pro snowboarder’s 228 sq. ft. tiny cabin is about 3 miles away from the nearest road so you have to get to the cabin using a snow mobile.

The owner/builder (Mike Basich) is a retired pro boarder that still loves to snowboard and uses camera drones (and more) to record himself while snowboarding.

One of the best features of the cabin is that it has a hot tub and a ski lift. Yes. He keeps it simple, straight to the point, and in line with his passion.

His electricity comes from solar panels, his heat from firewood, and water from melted snow. So it’s safe to say he’s off the grid. He also has a tiny house on wheels he uses to travel around the country with his dog, snow mobile, cameras, and boards. read more

355 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin For Sale in Graham, Washington

355 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin For Sale in Graham, Washington

This is a 355 square feet tiny cabin for sale in Graham, Washington.

It measures 14.5′ by 24.5′ and is 15′ high. Asking price is $30,000.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Related: Tiny Cabin Trio in Vinalhaven, Maine

355 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin For Sale in Graham, Washington

Really beautiful, great cabin for sale. We built this two years ago, designed to be moveable so you can trailer it to your property. Measures 14.5′ w x 24.5′ l x 15′ h.

Great for guest house, hunting cabin, romantic getaway or tiny house. Really well built, fully insulated, all walls, ceiling, floor. Tongue and groove pine floors and ceiling, bathroom with large shower with really cute corrugated metal walls, vintage pedestal sink, toilet and medicine cabinet. Tile border in bathroom as well and very nice chandelier to give it a little class. 🙂 read more