DIY Cabin Tiny Home is Simple Enough For Anyone to Create in the Woods

by Will Shepard
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With the world on lockdown, this past year has been tough for lots of people However, lots of people are using their time to do something a little bit off the beaten path. People have been incredibly creative, making do it yourself projects a priority. People are taking to the woods to create simple, tiny cabins, among many other projects.

Many people are learning, or re-learning skills that they haven’t had time for, but that quarantine has made possible again. one project, in particular, is do it yourself building.

To get more specific, there are lots of people taking aim at carpentry projects. In particular, there is a family that builds cabins from scratch. However, the family certainly hasn’t been doing this only during quarantine. But, this is a skill that almost anyone who is handy with a hammer and nail can do themselves.

Building a Cabin in the Woods Is Easier Than You Think

This family creates detailed plans for tiny cabins in the woods. Moreover, it is an exceptionally easy way to get out into the woods and enjoy some time away from the chaos of everyday life.

The program that they use to build these tiny cabins is simple and lays out every single part of the building process. The computer program displays where every dimension, cut, line, screw, and nail need to go. Additionally, it tells the user exactly what size boards are needed to build the cabin of your dream.

Again, it makes it so easy that anyone who can confidently swimmer a hammer and use a saw to make a square cut can create. Because tiny cabins are trendy these days, you can create something that will be the envy of your friends.

So, as long as you’ve got the space, perhaps in a beautiful woodsy spot, you can make your own cabin. It also helps to have a couple of friends who can help you out while you build your dream cabin.

As long as the budget allows, take your time building this and make sure everything it correct. The age-old adage continues to ring true: measure twice, cut once.

[H/T Wide Open Spaces]

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