This compact home design on wheels is a roomy, not so tiny cabin construction with huge windows. There’s even a bedroom on the main level, as well as an upstairs loft for anything you want to do with it.
This type of cabin building can work for you if you prefer a smaller home design and have always appreciated the warmth given by a log house.
Portable cabin structures can be used for a number of purposes, including weekend vacation homes, hunting cabin structures, and rental units at RV parks and resorts. The movable cabins would also make a terrific backyard casita for entertaining friends and family, as well as a backyard office or artist studio.
The majority of movable cabin structures contain small kitchens (essentially a kitchenette) and mix the living and sleeping rooms. A loft style portable cabin structure separates the living and sleeping spaces or provides for extra sleeping areas. A movable cabin structure with multiple two-bedroom types, one three-bedroom model, and one duplex model is available.
There are several styles of movable cabin constructions to choose from depending on your lifestyle and requirements. If you enjoy cooking and are afraid that a compact house design would not allow you adequate kitchen space, you may be surprised.
While the kitchen in the temporary cabins isn’t very spacious, it does include a countertop, sink, stove, and refrigerator, which are all necessary for preparing wonderful meals. The bathroom is equipped with both a bathtub and a shower.
The portable house design, like many tiny cabin designs, includes an open concept living area to make the space feel more spacious, as well as a loft section for extra sleeping or storage.
The Miller is one of the portable cabin structures available, and it combines amazing features in a small form for restricted spaces. The bedroom is located in the loft of this movable cabin structure, which also has a huge living area that can accommodate a lot of your belongings.
The kitchen appliances are apartment-sized, and the kitchen is completely functional for all of your culinary needs. A laundry facility is also available, as well as a huge bathroom with a tub and shower.
You may stand up in the loft sleeping space, which is a popular choice. The Miller portable cabin construction is 26 feet long by 12 feet wide and contains 312 square feet of area.
Designed and built by Rich’s Portable Cabins.