Build Your Own Cabin Getaway With The DIY AYFRAYM Home

Jun 13, 2019

Category: Living

Nothing beats the satisfaction of building something with your own two hands and standing back to admire your work with pride. Everywhere Travel Co. is giving you the opportunity to do just that with their DIY AYFRAYM Cabin.

The AYFRAYM Cabin is a cozy 1,574 square foot A-frame sanctuary with a design inspired by vacation homes of the ‘60s. It features three spacious walkout cedar decks, vaulted ceilings with modern wood beams, and substantial windows. Inside, you’ll find three bedrooms — including a bunk room with four bunk spaces — as well as three bathrooms, a kitchen, and a living area. The cabin also has an upper loft with lookout windows for reposeful stargazing. The Everywhere Travel Co. “cabin-in-a-box” concept simplifies the construction process. You’ll get a box with everything you need to plan the build, and you’ll have three options to carry it out: hiring the company to execute the plan, hiring a contractor to assist with the construction, or completing the entire cabin yourself. You can buy the plans now for $1,950 and live out your dreams of being an architect.

Purchase: $1,950

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