Tiny cabin getaways are the dream of anyone who has to work in a bustling urban environment. If you’re one such person and want your own rustic office, a small guest house to sit on the edge of your property, or a bite-sized vacation spot that can fit anywhere, then The Crib might just have you covered. Inspired by the Broadhurst Architects, Inc. project the Shack at Hinkle Farm, The Crib is a few hundred square feet of pleasure which can be quickly constructed anywhere.
Part of the micro-home and micro-apartment craze, The Crib is ecologically friendly and uses a minimum of space to maximum effect. With models that range from 315 to 650 square feet, these are tiny, but with options like hidden kitchens, additional lower levels, and more, they’re big enough to fit into anyone’s life. Cute and quaint, this could even be your eco-friendly starter home. [Purchase]
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