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These Cabins Could Function as Quirky Guest Houses

 - Aug 30, 2016
References: thelittlecabincompany & treehugger
'The Little Cabin Company' in British Columbia, Canada is able to build miniature cabins that suit the needs of those seeking a unique hideaway.

The tiny abodes offer asymmetrical shapes, small patios and just enough space for a bed and work area. Sitting at around 104 square feet, the miniature cabins offer an excellent mix of rustic and modern elements -- with a wooden interior and a front that is completely made up of glass windows. The small residence is well insulated and was designed to be able to withstand the freezing temperatures in Canada's north.

These rustic tiny abodes and their minimal but functional designs make them an excellent option for people looking for guest houses or general extensions to their homes.