Island cottage north of Vancouver, British Columbia. Submitted by Kim Hadley. (click to enlarge)

Island cottage north of Vancouver, British Columbia. Submitted by Kim Hadley. (click to enlarge)


Shack on Ulriken near Bergen, Norway. (click to enlarge)

Shack on Ulriken near Bergen, Norway. (click to enlarge)


Ranger’s cabin, Indian Henry meadows, in Mt. Rainier National Park, Washington, USA. Submitted by Eric Nagle. (click to enlarge)

Ranger’s cabin, Indian Henry meadows, in Mt. Rainier National Park, Washington, USA. Submitted by Eric Nagle. (click to enlarge)


Cabin built of slab wood by Dave Sinaguglia near Hartford, CT (click to enlarge)

Cabin built of slab wood by Dave Sinaguglia near Hartford, CT (click to enlarge)


“Inspiration for your quiet place somewhere. Edited by the folks at Beaver Brook.”

This is a fantastic site with hundreds of beautiful cabin photos! I’ve had the pleasure of living in places very similar to those in the photos. Thanks to Ziggy at Year of Mud for finding this great website.

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Free Cabin Porn — 10 Comments

  1. Facebook_is one of the biggest spying tool in the internet. It is regularly used by several_agencies. Do you really want to support this?

      • What most people don’t know: Even one is not a fb_member and this person is visiting a website having the “like-button”, fb knows that this particular ip_address has visited this website. Maybe that person has a friend who wants to use his computer to see his fb_account, then fb automatically aligns all visited websites (having this like_button) with that account.
        For concerned people who do not want such things happen, they have to block fb by editing the “hosts” file (windows). A good description is in http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dL56i0C6yRQ&feature=related

  2. Great post! I still miss the 2 bedroom log cabin I lived in for a year. Could you add sharing buttons to the bottom of your posts to make it easier for me to tweet or facebook them? I squeeze you in thanks. :)

      • Check your widget options to see if there is a one-stop way to add a some buttons. I just started using WordPress and it came with an option called Jetpack that let me add the sharing buttons I wanted. Thanks for doing this – I love your site and like letting others know about it. :)

        • I sent this to Kelly. Here’s his comments:

          I checked the available widgets at wordpress, and I’m not sure that what they offer is what would work for us. The Facebook interface is a like button that connects to a particular Facebook page. Perhaps the page that was set up about our blog at Facebook would be the page to link to…I don’t really know.

          Also they do have a Twitter widget that will Display your Tweets from Twitter…but as far as I know neither of us is into tweeting. I didn’t see anything about Jetpack.

    • I blew about an hour yesterday looking through their site and still have a ways to go. Some of the cabins are very inspiring. I picked up ideas on almost every page and found the video shown below.

      Another thing I realized is I prefer the term cabin to tiny house. It just sounds better to me.

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