By: Canoe Bay Escape
If you think that what you see below is just an adorable log cabin, you’d be dead wrong. Sure, it looks like a quaint cabin (in almost every way) but thanks to some sneaky architecture that’s just a disguise. Kelly Davis, the architect who created this faux-cabin, is a visual trickster (and quite possibly a magician).
It may look like a cabin, but this is actually an RV (no joke).
This “cabin” is only 400 square feet, which doesn’t sound like much.
But it’s actually bigger than some 1 bedroom apartments.
The ESCAPE cabin was originally conceived as a high quality cabin, NOT an RV.
Not only is the cabin made of extremely high quality materials (featuring cedar lap siding, LED lighting, Energy Star appliances and much more), but you never know how small it is thanks to the brilliant design.
Compromises must be made when creating a tiny home. There’s no room for a full kitchen or bathroom, but one look at ESCAPE and I would completely forget about that.
The cabin/RV is settled at Canoe Bay Escape, surrounded by gorgeous views on all sides.
More and more people will follow in the footsteps of these incredible tiny homes, both saving their own money and the environment.