Want an adventure holiday? Maybe you can try to spend the night in a remote forest. If you think this sounds a little strange ideas then check out into a container cabin in the Catskills that offer vacation with the experience of living in the wild. But you do not worry, this cabin is equipped with modern facilities and wood coated, comfortable and energy efficient offering beauty, charm and a quiet natural setting. If you get bored with the bustling city life, and want to hide from the crowd for a moment, then this 150 square foot cabin can be  [ Read More ]

Starting from the demand of people who want to stay away from the crowds and want a comfortable place to hide, studio JeanArch under the direction Jeanna Berger her studied stress reduction conducted by Karolinska Institute. From the results of extensive research they have succeeded in creating 72 hour cabin and offers an inspiring retreat on the island of Henriksholm, Sweden. As if lost in nature, these small wooden modules are installed on stage to minimize their impact on the ground while providing protection against wild animals. The decor is quite simple and minimalist so every client can experience a  [ Read More ]

Do not have plans for a weekend getaway? Daily work and activities that accumulate often makes us bored and tired. That’s when we need to plan a holiday schedule with friends or family to refresh body and mind. If you are looking for a weekend getaway to release all your expenses, then the newly renovated A-Frame cabin is perfect for your purpose. Located in San Jacinto Mountains of Southern California, this cabin can accommodate up to six people. This room has a California king-size bed, a queen-size bed, and two inflatable AeroBeds. There is one full bathroom and one half  [ Read More ]

This cabin is an amazing masterpiece that was built gradually over six decades by Jim Olson’s. The project also became a respect for nature and admiration for the beauty of the site. Situated in the middle of pine and cedar trees and overlooking Puget Sound in rural Washington State, is about being part of nature and observing nature. What started out as an area of 14-square-foot bunker that was built in 1959 near the small community of Longbranch, has changed drastically over the next remodel in 1981, 1997, 2003 and 2014 to a weekend retreat simple but very habitable. Olson  [ Read More ]

Maybe you would not believe if this romantic cabin is constructed from recycled windows, located in the mountains of West Virginia, Photographer Nick Olson and designers Lilah Horwitz have built their own private retreat. Towering cabin design made of various sizes, providing a good artistic talent between rustic and modern. They get most of the material from salvaged from a nearby abandoned barn, the creative duo was able to build a glass cabin tremendous and costs only about $ 500 Olson says, “We can make it happen because we are the first artists and creators. We have to make sense  [ Read More ]