1. Broadhurst Architects created The Shack at Hinkle Farm as a Virginia retreat for a family seeking refuge from Washington, DC on the weekends.
2. "Hut on Sleds," designed by Crosson Clarke Carnachan, comfortably houses a family of five on a idyllic beach in New Zealand.
3. Photographer Matthew Hranek built this tiny cabin on his upstate New York property, as a stop-gap measure until their permanent pre-fab was constructed on the same property.
4. Femina featured this 220 square foot Danish beach house, decorated all in black and white.
5. Robin's 128-square-foot micro-house in Finland is so small, it doesn't even need a permit.
6. Jessica Helgerson used nearly 100% reclaimed materials to renovate this 540 square foot property north of Portland.
7. These "Rolling Huts" in Washington State can be rented for $135 per night and sleep two people.
8. This Japanese mountain retreat is by architect Satoshi Irei and measures under 600 square feet. Via Small House Bliss
9. Olson Kundig fashioned this one-room cabin with a modern industrial/rustic aesthetic
10. Sarah of Smitten Studio has been documenting her Lake Michigan cabin renovation for months now.
(Images: as linked above)