Tiny Cabin FeverWednesday, January 13, 2016
Ben and I own some land in Arkansas and we have been trying to decide what to do with it. It sits desolately in the small quaint town...
Ben and I own some land in Arkansas and we have been trying to decide what to do with it. It sits desolately in the small quaint town of Mammoth Springs, located at the top of the extremely popular Spring River. I am dying to build a tiny cabin on the plot! Today, I got the opportunity to snag some photos of a tiny 500 square foot cabin at Mallard's Croft that has my me catching, tiny cabin fever!
I love the loft in the rafters. Perfect to pop up a ladder and put a twin bed up above.
The bed was made out of reclaimed wood as a box and headboard.
There was so much natural light, you wouldn't even need electricity in this little home. Candle light would suffice!
The doors were made of reclaimed wood planks and old barn door locks.
The kitchen table was so adorable and I love how they used chalk paint to make these regular wooden table chairs look so rustic.
The coffee table had some large wheels as a base and like most of the cabin, was made out of reclaimed wood.
Love these little country nooks.