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Alone in the Wilderness – The Story of Dick Proenneke

I got an email from a reader named Betsy (Thanks Again Betsy!) the other day after she had read about my upcoming nine tiny free project. Along with her note she sent a link to a movie about a man named Dick Proenneke. You may already know his story but I’ll summarize it below for […]

Small Cabin Website

I recently ran across a website called Our Small Cabin. If you’re a do-it-yourself cabin builder or want to be, this is definitely a website to spend some time reading. It’s filled with good information about lessons learned while building a tiny off-the-grid cabin. The website includes everything you’d want to know from finding and […]

Coyote Cottage

This is my 100th post on Tiny House Design and I wanted it to be on a good story. It’s the story of a family in north central Washington living in a tiny house on 15 off-the-grid acres. The story begins in 2003 when Jan, Sonja, and Bjørn buy their land and begin construction of […]

Simple Solar Homesteading

I really enjoy Kent’s Tiny House Blog. He’s got so many posts to a lot of really hard to find tiny house resources. One of them is a post on a 400 square foot, 14′ by 14′ cabin in Utah built by a fellow named LaMar. LaMar has taken his project one step farther and […]

Tiny Log Cabin

If you’ve ever driven past or stayed in a KOA Kampground you might have seen one of these log cabins by Prairie Kraft Specialties. This company is an approved supplier to KOA Kampgrounds and maker of the Kamping Kabins. They sell a variety of cabin kits starting at about $15,000 for a simple 12′ x […]

Cavco Cabins

Here’s a nice little turn key (manufactured) tiny house option. It’s a tiny cabin made by a company that builds park model homes and campground cabins. They have a wide variety of designs to choose from too: 175+ park models, 50+ cabins, and 25+ lofts. Pictured below is the floor plan for one of the […]

Mini-Cabin Plans

If you’re looking for a simple tiny house that you can build yourself you might find the Mini-Cabin to be the right fit. It’s a 120 square foot cabin constructed from 9 separate panels that are easily built off-site and assembled at the building site. The plans cost about $20 (plans + shipping cost) and […]

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