This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape may be more an artists dreamscape than an actual place, I’m really not for sure. I have had this one for quite a while and it has been very appealing to me. The peaceful setting above the water and it looks like it could be set on the moors somewhere in Great Britain.
A moor is a broad area of open land, often high but poorly drained, with patches of heath and peat bogs.
This tiny house looks right at home sitting above the water.
With winter moving in across the country, this old trapper’s cabin in the woods seemed appropriate to me for this weeks Tiny House in a Landscape. Thought the landscape is mainly trees it still presents a peaceful setting for this simple log cabin.
This cabin is living simply and covers the basics of protection from the harsh cold outside. It surprises me how many things we think we need to live, but when it really comes down to it all we need is shelter, warmth and food. What do you think?
This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape was shot by Derek Diedricksen of relaxshax in Woods Hole, MA- a cool little harborside structure that has micro-cabin potential…
I personally like the loft above the saltbox design and the gray shingle siding fits in so well with the surrounding landscape with the boats in the background. Thanks for sharing Deek!
This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape features a tiny stone cabin beside a lake and some canoeists enjoying the pleasant picture it presents.
I am a big fan of stone structures even though I realize they tend to be harder to heat and keep warm. However, the strength and stability they inspire has always drawn me to them. This is a very pleasant and well designed cabin. What do you think?