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Enchanting Cabin in the Forest

July 31st, 2017

There is a growing movement of people building and living in tiny houses. Small spaces require the occupants to simplify their lives, to rethink what constitutes a home and how we each approach that space. In a culture obsessed with the acquisition of ‘stuff’, there is something very appealing in this scaling down; small living spaces require the occupants to re-evaluate what is important; limited space challenges us to have a greater clarity about the difference between want and need, and in doing so, find a greater balance between having and being.

The following film is about a beautiful little cabin in the Olympic Rainforest built by Jacob Witzling. Constructed from reclaimed and salvaged materials, situated in the heart of the forest, it is a lovely example of living big in a small space. If you are interested in tiny homes and sustainable living, do check out Living Big in a Tiny House where you will find lots of examples of people doing just that!

2 Responses to “Enchanting Cabin in the Forest”

  1. This home is lovely! Thanks for sharing it… makes me think about building something similar here in my country, with all this respect for the environment…

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