This Isolated Cozy Summer Cabin Proves That Less Is More

Jul 3, 2019

Category: Living

Sitting within a forest in Finland is a cozy dwelling where you can turn back the clock to simpler times and unravel yourself from the digital world. The ‘Small But Fine’ Cabin by Studio Politaire is a quaint summertime retreat for those looking to enjoy the natural wonders of Mother Nature.

Sticking to a conservative budget of $14,000, designers Jonas Becker and Time Bergmann also built the cabin to experience the process first-hand. The retreat was built using 17 squared lumber frames and plywood boards for durability to erect staggered design so you can enjoy different views of the natural surroundings. Everything flows together, as there’s a kitchen that leads to a compact living room that steers into a bedroom and sauna. Inside you’ll find a stovepipe, simple furniture, and enormous windows to invite the beauty of nature indoors. The main goal was to present how a beautiful home doesn’t have to be lavish or expensive — resulting in a minimalist, sustainable cabin for those who believe that less is more.

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