7 Tiny Cabin Homes That Are Perfect For Winter Hibernation
In short, these micro wooden wonders that we speak of are tiny houses with a rustic twist. Think log cabin, but shrunken down a size (or two). And with Instagram users posting photos of these havens ahead of the wintery season, we couldn’t help but share them with you all—for both design inspo and therapeutic vibes.
See below for the favorite tiny cabins we found during our Instagram deep dive! And full warning: These might make you want to curl up in a ball and nap a while.
1. Iron Stove Satisfaction
This cozy corner is part of an even bigger cozy tiny cabin built by Ben Sargent of Bent Apple Farm. The antique furnishings compliment the rustic walls and flooring, and the iron stove adds that extra element of comfort.
2. Wilderness Retreat
This 160 square-foot rustic getaway available for rent through Canadian-based Cabinscape. In addition to its queen-sized bed surrounded by rustic touches, the Mason cabin has a garage-styled window and deck that showcases the surrounding wooded area.
3. Country Chic
Enter this barn-turned-tiny cabin to find exposed wooden beams, rustic countertops, and a space that embodies an overall country vibe.
4. Finnish Wonderland
Located in Helsinki, Finland, this sustainable tiny house definitely makes for a comfortable hibernation spot. Built by Finnish designer Robin Flack, the Nolla cabin is made entirely of timber and is powered by solar panels. Disconnecting at its finest.
5. Rustic Simplicity
Resembling the shape of a caravan, this tiny cabin is complete with four bunk beds and a quaint kitchenette—all decked out in wood, of course. The runner in the middle adds a nice design element as well.
6. Bright Wonder
The Joni Cabin is a 128 square-foot rental comfortably fits three guests in its lofted oasis. The wrap-around daybed provides plenty of seating for lounging, and the simple wooden touches gives it that relaxed ambience.
7. Hobbit Fairytale
Built by carpenter Joel “Bubba” Smith, this tiny cabin has an interior covered in wood—from the paneled walls to the step ladders and the circular arch. As Bubba’s friend Michael Victor says in his caption, “nearly every piece of wood has been hand sculpted over 6 times to give it that unique texture.”