After a Look Inside, I Could Totally Live in this Tiny Home!
This "Cylindrical Micro Cabin For Tiny House Vacations," is so cozy, it's the perfect micro cabin vacation spot. With lots of colorful pillows, a little wood stove, and comfy spots to sit and read, you won't want to leave this cute micro cabin.
When you walk into this cylindrical micro cabin you can immediately see the ladder to your left which leads you up to the comfy loft, where there is a daybed with fluffy pillows in front of a beautiful, large round window. Across from that is your table and another window with beautiful views. These big windows can open up so you can let the outside air in. Outside there’s a fire pit you can enjoy, or you can just relax on your own private deck. When you walk in there is the kitchenette area, and the little door nearby leads to the tiny bathroom with a composting toilet and shower. This micro cabin has just about everything you need for comfortable simple living.
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