If you are looking for small cabin plans to build a cottage near the lake, a hunt camp, a relaxing getaway home, or a small home you can erect as guest quarters in your backyard, you have come to the right place.
Many of the small cabin floor plans seen here can be purchased to build yourself.
However unless you are an experienced carpenter it is recommended that you team up with a good reputable contractor.
You will also notice that some of the tiny cabins can also be bought already built.
These small cabins fit on a trailer and can be driven to where ever you need.
Check out the following video that gives you a tour of what the Lusby small cabin blueprints (just 117 square feet!) can look like after the unit is built:
(See the list of plans below for information on purchasing the Lusby plans)
Small Cabin Building Plans - Just 89 square feet! This small home was featured on the Oprah show. It comes with a living room, kitchen, bathroom and a loft for sleeping. It even includes a fireplace!
Although some of the above cabin plans can be used to build your tiny home on a trailer, always be sure to check with your local building code office to inquire about any building regulations before attempting to construct a permanent structure cabin. Again, using a reputable licensed building contractor is always a good idea.
For more information about building a tiny home, and which small cabins can be built on a trailer, be sure to visit the FAQ section of the small cabin vendor.
DIY Cabin Plans - 130 square feet of small cottage space. Includes a vaulted ceiling.
Vacation Cabin Plans With Loft - Only 261 s.f. and an option for a 1 bedroom (356 square feet) can be added.
Cabin House Plans - Choose between the 261 square foot plans or the 356 square foot plans.
Lake Cabin Plans - 289 s.f. or 384 s.f. small cabin plans.
2 Bedroom Small Cottage Plans - At 777 square feet for a 2 bedroom, or 874 sq.ft. for a 3 bedroom, this unit would be great for those interested in a "larger" small cabin.
Learn to Build Small Cabins Workshop - Purchase tickets to a workshop to learn to build your own tiny house from the blueprints above.
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