The 'Solita' is the ideal mix between log cabin and tiny home

As more and more of us look into downsizing, we're often left worrying that our options for originality might dwindle as we reduce square footage. Fortunately, that's no longer a concern. Initially designed to be an office, the Solita from Custom Timber Log Homes enables cabin enthusiasts to delve into the world of tiny living without sacrificing style.
Though the Solita is only 432 square feet, there are plenty of opportunities to customize the interior to suit your needs. The porch is detachable, allowing this cabin to be mobile should the need arise. The cabin can also be outfitted with solar panels and — if placed near a well — may virtually eliminate the need to pay for utilities. Whether you use it as a starter home, a guest house, or as a home office, you're bound to love what the Solita has to offer.
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Here are the floor plans. You'll notice that the rooms are labeled as offices, but that arrangememnt is flexible.
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