Think about a land covered full of trees, hills, and lakes, so peaceful, isn’t it? Everyone needs some time to relax their life. Nature can give a perfect environment for it. How about if you can own this kind of land? Then it’s a good idea to build a cabin on it. If you ever think to do it or just want to salivate in some great locations around the world, then this is for you.
This online community was created in 2012. Now, it unites 321k peoples from everywhere in the world who has dream woodsy cabins for every taste. All kinds are there big, small, luxurious, simple, etc. Below are some of the popular ones. Scroll down and check them out.
#1 Lines from cabin to the deck is stunning
#2 I’ve wanted this for a long time, and finally, my dream comes true
Interest in cabins is increasing now. Take Getaway as an example. mini-vacation concept that has grown up from small rental cabins outside Boston over the past six years to 581 custom cabins across 15 different locations in the United States. Although, over the past few years, Getaway’s cabins have been almost 100% occupied. Getaway’s founder and CEO, Jon Staff told CNN Travel they created a business that is socially distant for a different purpose, which is to give people the time and space to disconnect and recharge.
#3 Great cabin in Iceland
#4 I built this one. It might be small, but it’s okay it’s all mine
#5 This is in the pacific northwest. It’s like a witchy treehouse
Jon said that, unlike hotels where operators don’t know how their guests spend their time, they care a lot about how you spend time and want them to do nothing. “. Or getting back with your partner or your children, looking at the campfire, or simply going a hike. He also said that Getaway always thinks about detaching from technology and detaching from being scheduled and detaching from commitments that are arranged at least by the hour or maybe by the 15 minutes.
#6 Perfect location in the woods
#7 I finally built my cottage. It has a bathroom on the back and can easily sleep 6 including the circular bed in the tower
#8 Winter tree cabin
#9 This cabin is on a beach in northern Norway
#10 Some cruck frame awesomeness.
#11 “The A-frame” Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire
#12 Scandinavian cabin
#13 Perfect place to self-isolate
#14 This cabin is located in the Washington state
#15 In Asheville, North Carolina
#16 It’s on mirror lake, in Alaska
#17 This cottage is a restored one in Norway. It’s from around the 1800s
#18 Modern treehouse in Hangzhou, china
#19 Another beautiful cabin in Washington state is on the franklin falls trail
#20 This cottage is my take on an elvish cottage. Cozy and peaceful.
#21 A stone cabin
#22 cabin in Alaska.
#23 This is in the Netherlands. It is amazing
#24 A cozy winter cabin in Finland
#26 This cabin is located in Inverness, California
#27 A cabin on the lake, with the best friend
#29 A reclaimed cabin
#30 The view is perfect in autumn
#31 Another simple cabin
#32 Amazing view. This cabin is located in the Faroe islands
#33 Another comfy cabin in California
#34 Modern a-frame cabin. The car park is great
#35 This one is in Belgium
#36 The view out my cabin at 6 am
#37 Another cabin in Finland
#38 Witch cabin in an enchanted forest
#39 Alaskan cabin and a clear night
#40 Another cabin in Washington. Truly photogenic
#41 Spend all quarantine days to build this. Finally, it’s ready for our first
#42 This cute-looking cabin is in Victoria Australia.
#43 Log cabin and a stone chimney
#44 Small cabin in a deep forest somewhere in Canada
#45 This diamond-shaped cabin was designed by Jacob Witzling and Sara Underwood. Located is in a pacific northwest rainforest
#46 Black theme a frame cabin
#47 Fire watch cabin
#48 Little comfy cabin
#49 Another cabin in Califonia. It’s in lake Tahoe
#50 Elevated a frame cabin
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