It Looks Quaint and Cozy On the Outside … But Wait Until You See the Rustic Luxury Inside!

You'll want to take a closer look at this handcrafted wood cabin located near Mendocino, California. The cabin building is a remote, quiet wood cabin with a loft bedroom and a small, southern-exposure deck for this creative sanctuary. Inside you will find a tiny galley, wood stove, on-demand heater, and handcrafted woodwork. The tiny wood cabin is only 7 miles to the store or gourmet restaurants. Close by there are dozens of beaches, rivers, hike/bike trails, state parks to explore. This cabin building is rustic, yet elegant with 225 square feet on the main floor, with a cathedral ceiling and a 120 square feet of space in the sleeping loft. The tiny wood cabin has a state-of-the-art shower, toilet, on demand hot water, a pedestal sink with endless forest views, and antique touches. This tiny log house is a good example of how you don't need a lot of space for the wood cabin of your dreams. This wood cabin is sure to inspire. This wood cabin is available to rent at the Airbnb site for $165 per night.

When it comes to building or renovating the wood cabin of your dreams a little work can go a long way. You want to make sure to take care of certain things in your cabin building to help ensure you have a comfortable stay. For starters, you want to have proper bug and pest proofing, as it can make a world of difference. Nothing ruins a good night’s sleep in your wood cabins like the buzz of a mosquito or the hum of black flies. You want to be sure and find all the little cracks that bugs might find their way into. You might start by caulking all the windows and doors, and use an insulating foam sealant in any of the gaps. Solar power has come a long way. Solar power is a good investment in your wood cabin and log house design. You might consider things such as motion-detecting outdoor solar lights, indoor lighting, solar power systems, and even solar powered speakers things that all have a place in your rustic wood cabin.

Do not neglect your wood cabin wood stove. If you've been using your wood stove for a while, make sure to get a chimney sweep to check out your wood burning stove. Wood stoves can go years without any cleaning, and it’s not uncommon for birds to build nests in the chimney openings and cause fires in the autumn months. Your wood stove is something you don't want to ignore, you want to make sure that it is well maintained and make it a point to have it serviced twice a year. Most modern wood stoves have a lot of safety built in. Maximize your wood cabin space. A cluttered cabin building is not only uncomfortable, but it can also diminish the reason many people have wood cabins, and that is to relax and stretch out. Make sure you have proper storage, and that everything has a place. You can use furniture that serves double duty, like a couch with storage underneath, along with a bed with storage underneath. Utilize the vertical space with shelves that go up the wall. Bookshelves that go from floor to ceiling are a great way to maximize your tiny log house and have plenty of space to store all your wood cabin stuff.

You will find this handcrafted wood cabin at the Airbnb site. On the site, you will find wood cabins, cabin buildings, log houses, tiny house design and so much more from around the world available for nightly rentals. **

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