Weekend Fun: Tea house cabin in the woods by Molecule Tiny Homes
Another weekend and time for a look at another small cabin. Well, this one is actually a tea house, but we think it would make a great little cabin for getting away and communing with nature. This gorgeous structure was designed and built by Molecule Tiny Homes using reclaimed lumber.
The flared roofline gives it a distinctive appearance, and the beams and brackets supporting the gable overhangs are a nice touch. With windows all around and wide doors that open up an entire wall, there is little separating you from the forest in this small cabin. Whether used as a tea house or a cabin, there’s no doubt it would be a serene retreat.
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Photographs courtesy of Molecule Tiny Homes.
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