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Designing Small

When it comes to designing cabins, most prospective owners envision a total square footage drastically smaller than their primary residence.
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When it comes to designing cabins, most prospective owners envision a total square footage drastically smaller than their primary residence (with a drastically smaller price tag to boot). The reality, however, is that, as quaint as tiny cabin may sound, you have to be careful just how small you go. There are generally accepted measurements for certain rooms to help you guide your design decisions. We delve into the basic spaces every cabin will likely include to help you start mapping out your layout.

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