Gorgeous Rustic Log Cabin Charmer is Only $12,000? I Want It!

This small log home is built where it captures all the scenic surrounding views no matter what window you’re looking from. The wood cabin has beautiful wild flowers growing all around the property, and the photos do a great job at demonstrating just how beautiful of an area it is. There’s exposed beams throughout the interior of the small log home space, and cathedral ceilings that make it feel like there’s an abundance of space everywhere in the home. The windows are large and let in a lot of natural light so you can grow some plants indoors with no problem, or just enjoy the feelings of open airiness.

This wood cabin is designed so that it can meet all the needs of a family of three to four people. The spacious living room of has a window and a door at the front side of the room, which gives a feeling of lightness, ease and unity with the surrounding nature. On this wood cabin design, there are three glass doors on the facade that provide a separate entrance from the patio to the bedroom and the living room and allow you to see all the outside garden or the sun-drenched lawn. Above the master bedroom there can be an extra bed that can help to accommodate guests, or you can just make a game place for children here. This is the perfect sized space for a log cabin retreat.

An outdoor patio completes this prefab log cabin kit and makes the perfect spot to entertain family and friends, and a place to extend the inside living space. The outdoor patio at this small log home can be used from spring to fall so that the outdoor patio could be described as an open lounge. The patio is part of the small log home and helps to harmonize with the architecture of the wood cabin. This is just one of the prefab log cabin kits from Archiline Log Houses which offer to buy a full kit of this wood cabin. They can also take care of the delivery of the wood cabin building materials to the construction site, the installation of the foundations, assembling of the wood cabin and all the finishing works. This is just one of the prefab log cabin kits and small log homes you will find on the ArchiLine site.

Carriage house turned into tiny cabin keeps impressive secrets behind its door

With only 750 square feet, you might expect this little carriage house, tucked away in the hills of Berkeley, Calif., to feel cramped. But step inside and you’ll discover a home fully equipped with every amenity, a bedroom with a walk-in closet, and a sizable deck area for relaxing.

The carriage house, nicknamed The Cubby, once belonged to renowned architect Bernard Maybeck. Also a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, Maybeck designed many of the most well-known buildings in the Bay Area, including San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts and Berkeley’s First Church of Christ, Scientist, which is considered to be his masterpiece.
Maybeck was actively involved in planning many of the nearby hillside communities, and believed that architecture should enhance its surroundings. The main house of the Maybeck estate has burned down, but the carriage house remains. The current owner lists it on Airbnb for short term renting, describing it as “private” and “rustic.”
The peaceful cabin certainly lives up to that description.  Even before you’ve entered, the entryway hides behind a canopy of foliage.  Its welcoming doors both transparent, while also being secluded.  Everything about this place speaks to those who might want a retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Take a step inside, and you’re greeted by a collection of everything you might need for an extended stay.  Everything from a washer/dryer to an oven, stovetop and sink, there’s nothing you could want that isn’t already here.
Light spews in through both the front door and the large windows that sit in front of the kitchen sink.  They peek out into the wooded surroundings so that you can cook and even clean up after a meal with a view.
There’s ample room for a sitting area next to a generous fireplace.
And even though the spaces are combined, they are separated through the placement and orientation of the furniture to create the feeling of separate environments.
Just look at the view from the cooking area.
Small touches, add depth and character to the abode.
A small dining table pulls out, ready for guests or a pleasant evening at home.
There’s a queen-size bed in the upstairs bedroom.
The tiny cabin even includes a walk-in closet.
And a master bathroom. There’s a second bathroom for guests too.
The guest bedroom is a splendid place to be.
And there is a “secret porch” off the bedroom.
A deck with plenty of room for guests.
And an outdoor seating area for two, that we could imagine spending endless hours on with a loved one.

“Drill Duel” torture test proves who is the toughest and most powerful tool

The compact Dewalt and Milwaukee are two of the most popular battery-powered drills sold on Amazon.

These aren’t the most powerful drills on the market, but they’re reliable and affordable around $100-$150.

Wranglestar wants to know where that extra $50 is going with a drill-duel torture test. The video starts with a brief features review for each drill. Jump ahead to the 7:05 minute mark if you just came for the action.

Which one do you think will come out on top?