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Theres something about cabins. The whole back to nature thing. Not forgetting the log fire! Mountain Cabin, Dunton Hot Springs, Colorado photo via sandy

Most people want big houses on an island somewhere...well a small offgrid cabin in the woods is my idea of living..simple

The Fernstone Cabin - Tamworth, New Hampshire, built with local materials by Trevor Curtin of Grandfather Oak Carpentry. perfect little cabin inthe woods

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The folks at Jamaica Cottage Shop offer a kit for their 16’ x 20’ Vermont cottage, a 'roll your own' residence that takes two people roughly 40 hours to construct. The interior can be outfitted a number of ways; a sleeping loft can be added for maximum efficiency.

DIY Kit House - The folks at Jamaica Cottage Shop offer kit for Vermont cottage. It takes 2 people hours to construct. Interior can be outfitted a number of ways; add sleeping loft for maximum efficiency. (interior not shown)

“Não é o que você juntou, e sim o que você espalhou que reflete como você viveu a sua vida.”

Men crave a man cave, but she'd prefer a sunny little shed ~ DML Super cute "She Shed" ideas!

Sharing Nature's Garden: Wamboldtopia: whimsy in an Asheville garden. This is actually a dog house, but there are lots of cute touches and ideas for garden or home on this page

Magical tiny house / A very rustic log cabin with a stained glass panel at the window.

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Elegant rustic cabin of Lake O'Hara Lodge after a fresh autumn snowfall, along Lake O'Hara in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada, Photo by Lee Rentz. Photo only.

I can hear the porch swing creaking now. I'll bet it's wonderfully cool inside with all that shade. It's nice being able to sit in the fr...

Such a quaint wood cabin. Who wants to relax by a fire pit in this setting?

This charming [154-square-foot] backyard retreat, constructed in less than six months, used salvaged lumber from three Oregon barns, a salvaged copper roof, natural plaster walls and a wood stove. The loft support is exposed, underlining a desire to showcase the beauty of the structural elements.    (via The Backyard House — PortlandOnline)  More photos on owner Megan Lea’s site here.

The Backyard House: Built from recycled barn boards. Maybe we can build a playhouse/garden shed with the barn wood from great-grandpa's barn when it gets torn down.

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