Measuring 12 by 12 Feet, This Little Retreat Is in a League of Its Own
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to stay in a tiny house, this "Baby Cabin" is the place for you! You can rent this adorable tiny house for $59 per night, if you are ever in the North Woodstock, New Hampshire neighborhood. This tiny house has one bedroom, one bathroom in this 144 square foot space. This tiny cabin has free parking, allows pets, has a bathroom, shower, fireplace and is kid and family friendly.
There are other tiny cabins available at this location, but this one is the smallest they have, measuring just 12 feet by 12 feet. This tiny cabin sleeps two, and is a great spot for a quick get away in the White Mountains. Inside there is a double bed, fireplace, cable television and a bathroom with a stand up shower. This adorable tiny cabin has lots of charm with a brown exterior, with a contrasting green door, white windows and orange shutters. The tiny cabin has a lovely brick fireplace, with views from your covered front porch of the White Mountains and beautiful forest scenery.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to stay and live in a tiny house? Or maybe you are just looking for a unique place to stay when you go on vacation. This tiny house vacation site is a good place to start if you want to find a tiny house vacation rental. Here you will find all sorts of tiny house rentals from all over the world. You can stay in the; a Hip East Side Tiny Pad, Container Forty Five, Apple Blossom Cottage, Sugar Magnolia, Hobbit House of Magnolia, Sand Pebble Cottage, Music City Tiny House, Robbley Family Homestead Guest Cottage; Oceanfront tiny hammock cottage, this tiny house development sits on the ocean, with 12 new cottages available, you can drink your cup of coffee in the morning as you watch the dolphins playing directly in front of their large deck. The coffee house is organic, has vegan and burgers, in the best little surf town in the United States; The old bike shed, is just one of three places you can stay at Brechfa Forest Barns, these tiny cottages are furnished, and sit atop the mountainside with views of the countryside.
You may think that with all these tiny houses around they would all look the same, but that is simply not the case. In each tiny house design there is no shortage to the amount of detail you see in every nook and cranny. The size of a house is no indication to the amount of unique design features and ideas that can go into it. With so many tiny house designs to look at, you will constantly come across tiny homes and small homes that continue to raise the bar when it comes to any type of home design. It goes to show that design is about all aspects of a home, whether it be a larger sized home or a tiny home. It does not matter if the tiny home or small home is used for full time living, a guest house, a vacation home, artist studio, or writers cabin, everything that goes into a space is important. From the building materials you use to build your tiny home, to the property you choose to build your tiny home, and how you are going to complement that location that you are in. Tiny house design just keeps getting better and better. It makes you rethink the purpose and use of your home space, from how you are going to store everything you have, to what you see when you walk into a home and all the stuff that is going to be in your tiny house space.
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