1. Felmoor Log Cabin
The single-level Felmoor log home was constructed by Estonian Log Cabins in the United Kingdom. It has clearly benefited from an intelligent design team, with an ingenious floor plan which manages to maximize on a relatively small footprint. This robust log cabin houses three bedrooms yet maintains the airy space we demand in a modern wooden retreat.
Full Tour: Felmoor Log Cabin
2. Gate Lodge
The Little Log House Company draws inspiration from fairy tales, and their sense of wonder makes this teeny 296-square-foot cabin all the more appealing. The Gate Lodge model, version 1A (there are three different varieties) features a gated porch and balcony to set it apart from other cabins.
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3. Mt. Lassen Cabin
We're strong proponents of making the most of what you've got, and this cabin from Real Log Homes proves that small structures can be just as sturdy as their palatial counterparts. Known as Mt. Lassen, this charming retreat in Chester, Calif. contains unexpected luxuries within its compact frame. Talk about downsizing in style!
Full Tour: Mt. Lassen Cabin
If you're curious about cabin living but aren't ready to commit to a full-time residence just yet, rentals are a genius option to help you make up your mind. For those of you who are intrigued by forest living, for example, the Dreamcatcher from Russian River Getaways offers the ultimate experience in wooden tranquility. We're guessing after you step into this picturesque home, however, you'll find it difficult to leave.
Full Tour: Dreamcatcher
Log homes provide a unique opportunity to downsize and unplug, so it only makes sense that they reflect that simplicity in their structure. Of course, for those of you who still want a touch of panache while going back to basics, then Springbrook from Custom Timber Log Homes might be the answer you didn't know existed. You can pare down while maintaining a sense of individuality.
Full Tour: Springbrook
At first glance, this tiny home's wood exterior may give visitors the impression that it's nothing more than a simple wood house. However, that couldn't be further from the truth. This is 27-year-old yoga instructor Rebecca Grim's tiny home. She lovingly calls it "Keva" that, according to the Huffington Post, it's short for Hindu-related word "Kevala," meaning "peaceful, pure, simple." A description that suits this "enchanting woodland retreat" to perfection, as the Huffington Post also describes it.
Full Tour: Keva
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