Smart And Profitable: From An Old Ruined Barn To The Dreamy Rustic Guest Cabin

If you like rustic styled homes, you will love this rustic tiny "Cabin Title 14," this tiny guest cabin sits among oak, buckeye and redwood trees in southern California. The rustic tiny house space replaced a small barn that had previously stood behind the owners house. The old barn was in need of too many repairs to save, so Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture Design used it a starting point for inspiration, and designed a new cabin and garage that would fit the areas rural character.

This tiny cabin used wood from the barn that was salvaged and used for siding on the new structures. The tiny cabins interior also features wood finishes and custom cabinetry, all of it handcrafted by artist Scott Constable. The wood, most of it salvaged deodar cedar, came from sustainable local sources. The tiny guest cabin is on a separate legal lot from the main house. So because of that, the local government in the area required that the tiny guest house be treated as an independent dwelling, complete with its own kitchen and two covered parking spaces. The architects separated the parking from the cabin, designing a one car garage that looks more like a rustic stable, adding a trellis on one side for the second parking space.

The tiny guest cabin is 714 square feet, with a floor plan that steps down with the terrain. At the low end of the tiny space is the living room, whose vaulted ceilings and large windows give a feeling of spaciousness. The kitchen and dining areas in the tiny space which is a couple of steps up, have a lower ceiling for a more cosy feeling. The dining space in the tiny house is a cozy nook with built in seating and storage, also designed and built by Scott. A few more steps brings you to the bedroom and bathroom at the far end of the tiny cabin. You will find a sleeping loft over the kitchen and dining level. The beautiful and rustic tiny house space has shed roofed dormer windows provide enough headroom for standing and offer views over the property. You will want to take a look at this beautiful tiny house space, it is unique and a good example of what you can achieve in a tiny house space, whether it is used for a guest house, artist studio, writing studio, vacation house or full time tiny home.

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