You’ve heard the phrase before, and if you’re a fan of small cabins, there’s no doubt you know it’s true. When planning a small cabin, a smart floor plan is essential to small-space success. With an efficient small cabin floor plan on your side, you’ll see just how big a small cabin lives. Here are a few small cabin floor plans that are popular for a reason—see for yourself:
Cabin Forum/Blog: I am planning to build a 14x20 cabin for use as a cook house. The location is South-Central Georgia. There is no frost line, and wind speeds of 20+mph are very rare. The soil is 12-16 inches of topsoil with clay subsoil. It will be built on a slight slope, maybe 10 inches of drop every 10 feet. There are no construction codes in my county for non-residential structures. I would like to have the c
12' X 32' Cottage (384 s/f) this style cabin is a popular due to the long corner porch design, which lends itself to built in bunk beds with an open floor plan. This cabin was ordered with the optional All Season screened porch, with the screen openings h
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