The Base Camp Cabin
Making Small Spaces Work
Built by mountain-climbing husband-and-wife engineers Tina and Luke, this “base camp” tiny home is a mere 204-square-foot, but don’t let that fool you. They utilized its small space wisely, with plenty of built in storage spaces. Also, the tiny house has french doors that open up to the seating area which doubles as a pull out bed for guests. The loft above serves as storage and a shelf wall opposite the main entry. It also includes a a dining room table, coffee table, chairs, drying rack and more that can be pulled out of seemingly “nowhere.” The most interesting feature is its cost-effectiveness with its use of solar power on the water-proof deck as well as water harvesting and a composting toilet. Take a look at these photos and then tell us what you think on our Facebook Page!
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