The trending Tiny House Movement has inspired many to build their own sustainable homes, and Jacob Witzling is no exception. This artist brought his whimsical ideas to life and created a 270-square-foot cabin deep in the Olympic National Forest. Let's check out this work of art!
You'll feel an immediate sense of home when you step inside. With the leather sofa and the built-in fireplace, the living room looks like a cozy haven. And wait till you see the kitchen on the other side!
The kitchen area appears airy and edgy with its modern cabinets, but when you look at the forest outside, you'll be reminded that you're somewhere cozy and well-protected.
As small as it looks, the adjacent bathroom has everything Jacob needs. Plus, the wooden structure naturally brings a bit of the surrounding forest into this enclosed space.
Walk up the stairs and you'll discover a study with a bookshelf going all the way up to the ceiling! What a soothing experience it must be to read in this corner on a rainy afternoon! And you can even take a nap on the bed on the other side of the attic!
Nestled under the steep rafters, the sleeping area provides an extraordinary view of the forest outside.
Jacob takes great pride in his tiny cabin. In his words, it has "a timeless simplicity and a profound connection to nature." The artist's also built another house nearby. Let's take a closer look!
His second cabin in the forest is more playfully built. It looks like it's straight from a fairytale!