Pixie Cabin

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7 comments

  • Autumn says:

    Cute, but it’s not exactly a “tiny house” is it?

  • Kathy says:

    What fun! LOVE the gables and the saw handle~~ A bit worried about the lack of heat shielding around the stove, though . I’m not a technical person, but I am a championship worrywart…

  • Does the flue go out
    The back? It does not
    Appear to extend
    Through the roof?

    • Mark Burton says:

      It can do if need be, however, the log burner is a portable Army Issue so you can take it outside. In such a small space, the log burner gets very hot very quickly so a bit overkill. The flue comes apart in 4 sections which can be stored inside the log burner when not in use. The Pixie is fully insulated and a small gas burner/hob is enough to heat the inside up if you need just a little bit or warmth.

  • Lisa E. says:

    What fun! Just love it. I, too, was worried about the lack of heat shield around the stove. (I made a mental note to myself to have it installed.) And I’ll second the question re the stack. All this needs is a small couch that converts into a bed and it’s good to hit the open roads. Great job; well done!

  • Cee Jay says:

    I would like one on a larger scale, static, and fitted out as a full home. I just *love* the exterior. Gorgeous.

    From
    Cee Jay/Leigh on Sea, Essex, England, Britain.

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