I spotted Paul McMullin from Ennis, Montana when he posted a picture of his cabin on the Tiny House Blog Facebook Fan Page. He has built several cabins and I will be sharing them with you, this is the first one. I’ll let Paul tell you about it.
I built in 2004 for the many guests we were having that summer. Our house is small by today’s standards; around 2000 sq. ft., which sounds large but my wife and I raised 4 kids in it. It is to large now, but, not then.
We looked at Wall tents first and then thought of building a platform for it to stand on and then I figured that I have enough old wood and things from past projects that I would just build the whole thing. I’m a carpenter by trade. It was 14 x 14 with a 14 x 4 deck on it. Cost was under $2200. Two operative windows; and barn sash windows married together and a old door I had. No plumbing or electrical. My wife’s twin uses it every summer, now.