Potomac Cabin

February 13, 2013

A tiny cabin measuring 8′ x 12′ with 5′ loft made from reclaimed materials. Built by Charles Finn.


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    This is beautiful!! Such a surprising interior from the exterior (my walls are corrugated tin/zinc but uncovered on the inside!). I feel very encouraged!

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  • Reply Paul November 22, 2013 at 10:24 am

    I would suggest insulating that floor under the loft, or else all the wind that passes through the porch will cool it off fast and cause you to quickly loose the heat that has risen up from the stove.

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