Petite in Size, but Huge in Style
This tiny cabin on "WHIDBEY ISLAND FABCAB" is a beautiful build that must be seen! The modern tiny cabin uses lots of natural materials from wood, glass and concrete to create this stunning home both inside and out.
This Whitbey Island tiny cabin is a great example of tiny house living at its best. From the outside the tiny home looks anything but small, with lots of windows on the front of the space to enjoy the beautiful surrounding property, along with the use of wood to fit in perfectly with the natural landscape. Inside the tiny cabin are lots of wooden beams, wooden ceiling and floors, with an open kitchen,dining, living area, and a bedroom that also opens into the main living area. There is a fireplace in the open living space, high ceiling and a built wooden bench to sit in front of the length of windows that grace the front of the modern tiny cabin. The kitchen has modern appliances and wooden cupboards, along with concrete countertops that go with the modern feel of the place. The tiny cabin located on Whitbey Island is the perfect location for this modern and appealing tiny house space. This tiny cabin could easily be used to live in full time, with everything you need, or a great place to spend vacations all year along, especially in the ideal location that doesn't get much snow, but its fair share of rainy days, it is in the Pacific Northwest after all.
Whidbey Island is the largest of the islands that compose Island County, Washington, in the United States. Whidbey is approximately 30 miles north of Seattle. The island forms the northern boundary of Puget Sound. Surrounded by scenic ocean and mountain views the Island is in the path of the Gray whale migration that occurs between Whidbey and Camano Islands during March and April and can be seen from both ship and shore. Orca also make use of the waters surrounding Whidbey Island.
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