On Sale at http://logcabinkits.us.com/logcabinkits for only $17,500. Save $2,225 - Grab your small log cabin kits 3 rooms / loft home at http://logcabinkits.us.com/logcabinkits . Do it right now before the sale is over. This is a great small log cabin kit with loft and 3 big rooms. 2000W Solar kit is optional. If you want to go off the grid, then this is for you! Durable, dense grain and slow grown Nordic Spruce Covered Terrace (Optional) Floor and roof construction materials included Pre hung and glazed door and window Pre assembled gables All nails, screws, fixings, handles and door lock. Floor and roofing material included Easy to follow step-by-step instructions You will only need the basic tools. You along with a good friend can finish building your cabin in a few days. Great home, retreat, hunting cabin, office, etc. There are also prefab cabins available at http://logcabinkits.us.com/prefabcabin Enjoy the good life in your new cabin! The website is http://logcabinkits.us.com/logcabinkits Becky's Homestead has some great building tips. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LffnU-Bm7o https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXKq4UbfTEOtakkDfuMrgsg https://www.facebook.com/DIY-Log-Cabin-Kits-Home-100722093669901/ #survival #homestead #green living #cabin kit
Views: 1069273 Cabin Kit Homes
Get Becky's guide to choosing your log cabin kit here: http://goo.gl/lUNkk7 A tour of Becky's small log cabin kit. She shows you how to make it work with 800sq feet.
Views: 304820 Becky's Homestead
Building the Man Cave. Update - This has now turned into a She Shed as my wife has acquired this and moved in. This is a video record of my Garden office / Shed project. Please find an update of what this looks like now. https://youtu.be/XXTP_teQAWE This is a video of the plans and budget https://youtu.be/gbUlZsM9klg I am not qualified or do this for a job, I just enjoy making things and this seemed like a good challenge. I started it in March 2015 and finally completed it 9 months later in December 2015. I build this in my spare time. I managed to get a great deal of the materials second hand or recycled. Other items I had to buy new, but shopped around on line for the best price. The timber base was from A1 Lofts who did a great job of our loft conversion a couple of years ago. I emailed them and they emailed out to all their contractors to see if they had any spare timber. I met with Dan from A1 lofts in Harlow and filled up a van load of timber. http://www.a1pms.co.uk/ The 4 x 2s were from a recycling timber yard in Peckham. The other items such as the windows and doors and the front maple cladding were second hand from ebay. I had to travel to collect items from all over Surrey, Kent, Hampshire and Buckinghamshire. Other items I had to buy new, but shopped around on line for the best price. I did all the work myself apart from the final fix and certification of the electrics. The electrician was Billy Keppel from Keps Electrical. I have written and recorded and played the instruments to the music on this video. The track is here https://soundcloud.com/angus-mcgregor Contact: Angus on firstname.lastname@example.org Please subscribe and comment below.
Views: 4472018 Angus McGregor
80 Cabin Wood and Log Design Ideas 2017 - Amazing Wood House Creative ideas ALL CREDIT TO OWNERS CREATIONS. This video is a photo slide about WOOD House Ideas.PHOTO IS FROM INTERNET.If you are an owner of photo please contact me for tag you or if you wish to delete.
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If you need move living space and the thought of getting the builders in fills you with dread how about your own beautiful log cabin in the garden, this model is 4m x 3m but there are over 20 different sizes and styles to suit your particular needs. Now when you’re buying log cabins, I reckon there are a couple of things you really need to look closely at. The first is this, have you seen it? Double tongue and groove interlock boards, that gives this structure incredible agility and the other thing, slow grown Scandinavian softwood and when it’s manufactured it gives it a lovely smooth and tactile finish, but for me the dream really starts when you get inside. This is a fabulous space, can you imagine the little ones playing so safely on the floor, the boards are smooth with no problems with splinters, can you imagine the teenagers in these log cabins, using it as a bit of a den, a bit of a hang out area, and we’re all told we’ve all got an unwritten book in all of us, what a great place to start that blockbuster novel and log cabins are perfect for that at home gym, a music room, and artists studio but whatever you do in here in winter you’re going to be cosy and in summer its going to be light and airy, must be because of these fantastic windows. These units are double glazed, inwards opening, tilt and turn windows, and it’s the windows and doors in these log cabins that really set them apart from the rest. Now construction, don’t be daunted if you’re a confident DIY’er, 2 people in 1 day can get this sorted, but if you don’t fancy doing it yourself, get a professional installer in and they’ll do it in about half the time, but the action all starts down on ground level where you need a hard standing, if you haven’t got one you can buy bases for the log cabins to get things started, it really is as simple as interlocking these beautiful boards together, working around until you get up to the roof and there you’ve got a choice, you’ve got roofing felt or pitchmen shingles and then once it’s finished the fun really starts you can paint it and stain it to suit your personality and your own colour scheme in your garden, and once you’ve got all your stuff in your log cabin, it has to be secure, and you get a top quality lock as standard. Oh, before you do anything, do check with your council that you don’t need planning permission. http://www.buyshedsdirect.co.uk/garden-buildings/log-cabins
Views: 23135 Buy Sheds Direct
What happens when the logs need another 6 months to season but I need to get my log cabin built? Build it in my backyard with cedar fence posts! In this video, I explain what I'm doing with fence posts, what the next steps are and when I hope to get this cabin built before I build another one with the trees I cut down earlier.z
Views: 884209 My Self Reliance
Kevin Bentley (www.facebook.com/thepalletcabin) shares his "Pallet Cabin" with us- one he made from recycled and free pallet wood. This cabin, at 12' by 12', stands as a great little hunting, guest, or weekending cabin or cottage, or could potentially be used/converted into a tiny house for full time living. Kevin, based in Georgia, (and a tiny house fan) has many other projects in the works, so be sure to check out his Facebook page, and subscribe!
Views: 1691601 relaxshacksDOTcom
This is a beautiful 720 sq. ft. garden cabin. When you step inside, you’ll find a kitchen, living area, dining, bedroom downstairs, and a loft with another bedroom and an indoor garden. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you! Read more at http://tinyhousetalk.com/720-sq-ft-garden-cabin/#Kw74Cd0L3hlyRoAi.99 =========================== #GoTinyHouseHunting is a channel sharing #homes under 500 sq ft and #tinyhouse. In the past few years, tiny homes have surged in popularity. They're economical, environmentally friendly, and encourage people to live minimally. Look around and have a look at some of the beautiful homes and spaces people have created. Enjoy!
Views: 1405 Go Tiny House Hunting
Hi guys! Today we're making a cute, miniature log cabin doll house :) This is kindda like my previous dollhouses ( Japanese Tea House & Beach House ) but with simpler construction, which makes is easier and quicker to make :) It's all made from round sticks and popsicle sticks ^^ I worked in 1:24 scale in this video, but you can make this to work for any scale / doll – just make it tall enough for the doll to enter the door, before you start the roof construction. I focused on the outside of the house for this video, but you can just glue it to a base for the floor and decorate the inside however you like ^^ Good to know: I mostly work in 1:12 scale, but you can make them in any size you want and add headpins to make them charms :) I used a mix of the polymer clay brands Fimo and Cernit, but you can use any brand you like. The liquid clay I use is from the brand Fimo. My mold maker is from Siligum/Sili-put. Thank you so much for watching, I hope you enjoyed this video ^^ You might also like: Miniature Dollhouse for Dolls; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcfNHTMVyuw Miniature Japanese Tea house; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxBOdyprjHo Miniature Japanese Garden; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67dayZ-et_8 Instagram @akamerukawaii Music: "Antarctica" Jason Shaw (www.audionautix.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 362767 AkameruKawaii
rusty78609...This small building has the inside partially finished. Looks great...all cedar. $35000...15'x34'...I accidentally use the word 'furnished' instead of 'finished'...support/ contact me at: Rusty, POB 1446, Kingsland Tx 78639...thanks! A LINK TO AMAZON PRODUCTS: http://amzn.to/2ymHyqq thank you for using the AMAZON LINK!!!
Views: 1365227 rusty78609
Summerhouse24 detailed video of building (installing) a garden log cabin. Useful tips to watch before you assemble your DIY garden office, summer house or a garden room. Summerhouse24: https://summerhouse24.co.uk/ Detailed description of how to build garden log cabin: https://summerhouse24.co.uk/how-to-build-install-log-cabin-summer-house/
Views: 267816 Summerhouse24
One of recently completed one bedroom log cabins. Fully insulated (roof, walls, floors) super warm all year round. Total wall thickness 164mm. Designed for back garden. No planning required. Perfect starter home for young couples. Delivered and built for only € 12,295.00. This building can be taken down and sold on if no longer required. For more information please contact our sales team on 01-2017675 or visit www.loghouse.ie This building can be seen in our south Dublin showroom Horkans garden centre N11 exit 9.
Views: 4663 Loghouse Cabins Bray (Log Cabins & Log Homes)
We'll follow up with a tour of the cottage so you can see the kitchenette, the toilet closet, air conditioner, and the trundle bed that pops up to make a king size bed. Video description: See a time lapse video an unused garden shed that is transformed into a guesthouse that has a modern farmhouse meets cozy, bohemian cottage feel on a budget. We used this time lapse camera to film the project: http://amzn.to/2vBVqzZ See the details on the blog Simplicity in the South here: http://wp.me/p2Tvp5-3wZ This was an existing structure on our property (just 10 feet off our front porch) and already had electricity. This saved on cost and we spent under $4000 to make it into a place for my step daughter and our parents to stay when they come visit. We're not renting it out or living it. The cottage is just under 110 square feet and the outside dimensions are 10 x 12' You can see more pictures in the link to the blog post below, but the built in on the left side of the bed houses the kitchenette that has a mini fridge, sink and microwave. The coffee station sits on the dresser. The composting toilet (http://amzn.to/2f4sn1p) is in the built-in on the right. Water for the sink is fed through a garden hose and drains into a grey water tank. The toilet is composting so it doesn't need to be hooked to plumbing. It has been fully insulated and there's a portable AC (you can see it in the video as we're putting up the TV cover) that exhausts out of the wall instead of the window. We'll be adding a slim profile wall heater when it gets cooler. Every city will have their own rules for permitting a structure like this so check with your own city beforehand (like we did) before making improvements. We didn't expand the footprint of the existing structure, tie into plumbing, or make changes to the electrical panel. Music at the beginning of the video was purchased at: https://audiojungle.net/item/this-is-drums/19764329 and the music at the end of the video was purchased at: https://audiojungle.net/item/upbeat-acoustic-uplifting-inspiring/15912404 Catch up on all the projects that went into this transformation here: http://www.simplicityinthesouth.com/cottage-shed The room reveal: http://wp.me/p2Tvp5-3wZ DIY reclaimed wood sliding TV cover tutorial: http://www.simplicityinthesouth.com/2017/04/diy-reclaimed-wood-sliding-tv-cover-now-you-see-it-now-you-dont.html How to make a live edge bar: http://www.simplicityinthesouth.com/2017/05/diy-live-edge-countertop-how-to-join-wood-planks-basic-tools-plus-video-tutorial.html DIY industrial pipe bar brackets: http://www.simplicityinthesouth.com/2017/04/how-to-make-industrial-bar-or-counter-brackets-from-steel-pipe.html How we made the built-in bed with a pop-up trundle (this makes the bed into a king-size bed for 2 guests) and the closets: http://www.simplicityinthesouth.com/2017/05/make-built-in-trundle-bed-cabinets.html
Views: 724880 Tricia SimplicityInTheSouth
Finally, I start building my own log cabin on my property near Algonquin Park in Ontario, Canada. In this video, I cut some trees down, dig a foundation and build a rock cart / log dolly for bringing building materials to the site of the log cabin.
Views: 889969 My Self Reliance
How to build your own Log Cabin Bird House with green roof. Before anyone accuses me of cutting down trees to build a bird house I didn't!! The sticks I used were all from trees that had been blown down when storm Ophelia passed over Ireland on the 16th October 2017. This project is more about taking your time and enjoying the process of building something with just hand tools. The wood I collected was about 18 - 24 mm in diameter and the other wood was some pallet wood I had laying around. I decided to go with the green roof as i think it fits better with the look of the cabin style. I used some polythene to protect the wood and stapled on some chicken wire to hopefully prevent the earth from sliding. I am not too sure how well the green roof will survive over time. It should be fine for all the seasons except maybe for the summer months as i fear it will dry out without watering but then again Irish summers can be quite wet also. There is plenty of ventilation in the bird house and i used a minimal amount of glue to help hold the joints together. To gain access for cleaning the pins i used to hold the floor in place will have to be removed. This will not be a big job to do when the time arrives.The tools used in the project were a hammer, hand saw, tenon saw, utility knife, a hatchet and staple gun. I hope you enjoy it and hopefully it may inspire you to make one yourself! Always be careful using tools and machinery!! Music: YouTube audio library. Scrapbook - Silent Partner The Engagement - Silent Partner
Views: 341504 Eamon Walsh DIY
North Country Sheds | 1-888-290-8277 http://www.ncsshelters.com/pre-assembled-cabins/ Log Sided - Prefab Hunting Cabins and Prefab Cabins If you’re looking for "prefab cabins for sale" you have come to the right place. A unique structure all its own. North Country Cabins come with a covered porch making it ideal for sunset evenings or morning sunrises. Perfect for camping, children’s playhouse or wherever else you want a neat, attractive building for! These unique prefab log Cabin designs can be delivered fully assembled and ready for use up the 14′ wide by 44′ long. Want bigger? No problem, our on site construction teams are waiting to build your log sided Cabin exactly how you dreamed. Cabin Options: - Board and Batten Cabin - Insulated Floor - Insulation Combo - Electrical Package - Insulated Vinyl Windows - Ridge Vent Cabins and Bunkies Blog - Extra Doors and Windows Standard Hunting Cabin Specifications: - 16" on Center Two by Four Construction. - Log Siding - 4' X 6' Pressure Treated Front Porch with Railings - Four Windows - One Man Door with 9 Panel Window - Stained or Natural Finish - Choice of Six Shingle Designs (35 Year) The cottage log cabin is built with the same quality specifications as the rest of our wooden storage buildings. The main feature of the cottage cabin is a 4′ or 6′ pressure treated deck with railing. Larger deck sizes are available on request. The cabin includes three windows and a metal entry door with a 9 panel window. North Country Sheds | 1-888-290-8277 http://www.ncsshelters.com/pre-assembled-cabins/
Views: 30834 North Country Sheds
In this episode, I visit the Log Cabin after a year of being away. I discuss how I built the cabin for $500, and without needing a permit.
Views: 3977609 The Outsider
http://www.woodmizer.co.uk http://modulog.co.uk/ Using a Wood-Mizer LT40 mobile sawmill to cut their own timber, John and Leigh Price from Builth Welles, Wales are building custom wooden cabins for use as a 'glamping pod' or garden office. (Glamping = Glamorous Camping) Each moduLog is made in modular form which allows you to design your own moduLog by adding as many or as few modules as you wish. ModuLog is very green in its approach as we use home grown timber and locally sourced materials in its construction. If you want a unique, luxury, eco-friendly, handmade, bespoke pod for glamping, summer house or garden office then the moduLog is it.
Views: 467304 Wood-Mizer Europe
I install the upper course of logs on the walls of the log cabin and 6"x6" hemlock timbers to hold the upper floor. The log cabin is taking shape as I complete one log gable end and start the second one. Autumn is setting in, the trees are turning and the animals are on the move with animal tracks all over the trail and deer, sandhill cranes and geese in the fields. In the second half, I talk about my physical and mental limitations and why you too can build a log cabin or do others things beyond your self imposed limitations. I prepare prime rib and potatoes for dinner on the campfire, sleep on the floor of the log cabin and get up early to go after geese for the freezer. #logcabin #build #shelter
Views: 1730136 My Self Reliance
"New and Improved" is often neither. The traditional log cabin corner notch can't be beat, and shouldn't be missed! We hope that you will consider joining us within the ALL NEW Log Cabin Academy! We believe we have the perfect system in place to teach you everything you need to know in order to hand build your own log cabin... not a shack in the woods... but the best cabin that can be built! Come learn more about it at... https://noahbradley.leadpages.co/logcabinacademy/ We thank you greatly for your support! Your comments! and Your subscribing to our channel!
Views: 1059434 Handmade Houses with Noah Bradley
Paul Cutting bought his first log cabin for $600 and with no background in construction, he began to meticulously take it apart, documenting where each piece was placed so some day he could put it back together in an authentic fashion. He put thousands of hours into the home's demolition while simultaneously driving the countryside in search of more of these log homes.. These were homes that were built between 1850 and 1870 by the first white settlers to the region, mostly Norwegian Americans who took advantage of the abundant local forests to build their homes entirely of logs. Most of the logs are hidden behind siding so their status is a bit of a secret, In the past 6 years, Cutting has taken down 10 log homes (the 1st cost $600, another $300 and the rest were free) and he's rebuilt 4 of them. He lives in one and at just 16 feet by 17 feet, it's small and quirky, but it cost him just $20,000 to build (not including 2 years of his labor) and he loves the quality of his salvaged home. Cutting has rebuilt one home and a barn for clients, but he doesn't think he wants- or can- make a business out of this work. Instead, he hopes to carve out a living on his family farm. He's trying to go from hobby farming to expanding his father's herd of grassfed cows into something more productive. He also wants to explore cabinet and furniture-making and finally, he's turning one of the cabins on his family farm into an overnight rental (for info, see Trout River Log Cabin troutriverlogcabin.com) Credits: music by Michael Mosley http://www.youtube.com/micmoable; photos by Paul Cutting; video by Paul Cutting, Kendra Cutting & Nathan Thompson Paul's site: https://troutriverloghouse.com/ Cabin rentals: https://troutriverlogcabin.com More info on original story: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/log-cabin-simplicity-recrafting-pioneer-tiny-homes-in-iowa/
Views: 463680 Kirsten Dirksen
Loghouse.ie recently completed log cabin extension. Building is fully insulated (roof, walls, floors) wall thickness 164mm. Living type windows and doors (Our living type doors & windows, come with 5 point locking mechanism) foundation built by loghouse.ie. Project completed in 5 days. Size 6m x 3m (20ft x 10ft) All-in price €11,500.00 These extensions can be fully custom designed by our in house architects at no extra cost. No planning required up to 40sq/m. For more info please contact our sales team on 01-2017675. Website www.loghouse.ie
Views: 2421 Loghouse Cabins Bray (Log Cabins & Log Homes)
P Ridge, Ga. It is 12X30' and sells for $7,695. These buildings can be purchased at 140 locations. Contact #: 706 633 0029. www. instantbarns.com UPDATE/ We just had this building delivered to our mountain homestead the other day, but without the porch. After watching the above video, check the new video out. Here is part one of the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94u_2HZDN48
Views: 992011 Gardening With Puppies
We show you all the steps to build a garden shed in under 3 minutes. This fun video is made from our complete how to build a shed series. We are the internets most comprehensive shed plan and shed building resource. For Shed Plans to this and other sheds please visit our website at https://www.icreatables.com/sheds/shed-plans.html For more Shed Building videos check out our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/icreatablestv Subscribe to the iCreatablestv channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?adduser=icreatablestv WARNING: These projects can be dangerous, posing risks of personal injury, or property damage, and in some cases, death. There may be the possibly other risks of which I am not fully aware. Use of video content and or website information is at your own risk. Thanks for watching!
Views: 1009371 iCreatables
An AV featuring Time-Lapse of a Granny Annexe Build. After planning permission was granted in late 2014, we started the process of preparing the site in readiness for a January 5th start. Not the ideal time of year, but just 6 weeks later (plus hundreds of cups of tea, coffee and biccies consumed) the build was complete! Amazing, considering it was mid winter, though fortunately, not a particularly severe one. The quality of construction and finish is superb and my mother-in-law was able to move in, (after furnishing) by the spring. The size of the chalet is 9m x 3.7m An iPhone 6plus was used for all the Time-Lapse, (using the 'Lapse it Pro' App) plus some stills, panoramas and video, whilst Nikon cameras with lenses from 14mm - 300mm for the remainder. Edited in iMovie 10.0.9 All music by my son Gary Harper of Demigods music https://soundcloud.com/demigodsmusic http://www.nigelharper.com https://www.instagram.com/leginreprah/ http://www.grannyannexe.com
Views: 77444 Nigel Harper
The handy instructional guide on how to build a log cabin from start to finish with Garden Buildings Direct (www.gardenbuildingsdirect.co.uk) Following the simple steps in this tutorial, you'll learn how to construct your log cabin in a quick and efficient way. For more home & garden blogs and videos go to: http://www.gardenbuildingsdirect.co.uk/blog/how-to-improve-your-garden-workshop/
Views: 201597 BillyOh
Here is one way (of many) to build a ground level deck. My son and I built this in a four day period. Simple, easy, and practical!
Views: 333964 Dr. Stewart Productions
If you are thinking of buying a summer house and need a little help deciding, here’s our 8-minute video with useful tips to help you in choosing the right garden log cabin for you. We will explain some important features such as wall thickness, glazing in windows, assembly and a few other things that matter. Enjoy! https://summerhouse24.co.uk/summerhouses/
Views: 22671 Summerhouse24
One man builds a cheap, rustic log cabin in the Canadian wilderness alone and without power tools over several months in 2017. Please SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIMXKin1fXXCeq2UJePJEog?sub_confirmation=1 So Why Should You Subscribe To My Channel? To watch me build my next cabin - bigger and better than this one!.. To relax… To virtually immerse yourself in nature… To see how I live debt free, stress free and low cost… To see how I build things alone… To see how I cook with no electricity or gas… To hear what steps I took to retire in my mid-forties so I could live my dream life… To interact with the happiest and most helpful community of viewers on YouTube… To become more self-reliant. Finally, one video showing the entire build process from the cutting of the first tree to the laying of the last floor board - no food, no talking, no visitors, just carpentry, bushcraft, timber framing, blood, sweat and tears. My end goal is to have an off grid, primitive wilderness homestead, where I can practice primitive technology, bushcraft and traditional skills in an effort to become as completely self reliant as possible in this day and age. In late April, I cut the first balsam fir tree down on the property near Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada. Next, from June until August, I collected all of the building materials and fabricated the cabin using saddle notches in the corners. I cleared the land in August, laid down gravel for a pad and began erecting the off grid log cabin. By September, the walls were done and I started on the roof framing in October. In November, I burned the roof boards with shou sugi ban, an ancient Japanese technique for preserving wood. Against convention, I installed the roof in board and batten fashion, using my roofing background to come up with techniques to keep the cabin watertight. Next, I moved inside where I installed a Vermont Castings wood stove on top of a limestone flagstone floor, which extended from the doorway to the center of the cabin underneath the fireplace. For the rest of the floor, I framed it using 2x4 and 2x6 red pine boards and then installed 2x6x10' boards, which I burned using the same shou sugi ban technique. Now in December, I chinked the walls with moss and clay and have been spending a lot of time in the cabin, starting rustic furniture made with materials from the surrounding forest. Autumn Sunset by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ To see what I’m up to during the rest of the week, please follow me on my other online channels; Website: http://myselfreliance.com/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/MySelfReliance/ Personal Facebook Page (Shawn James) – https://www.facebook.com/shawn.james.msr Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/myselfreliance/ My Self reliance, shawn james, winter camping, Bushcraft, Woodcraft, Survival, Primitive skills, Nature, Preparedness, Homesteading, Homestead, Self Reliance, Self Sufficiency, Living Off The Land, Off The Grid, Primitive Shelters, outdoors #wilderness #logcabin #offgrid
Views: 4694998 My Self Reliance
This is the first video in a series with my Dad where we are building an off-grid one man wood cabin from reclaimed Pallet Wood that we scavenged for free. In the first episode, we show you the site that we have chosen in the woods and the type of land that we are building the cabin on. The first stage of the primitive cabin build was to collect the pallets and break them down to gain useable pieces of timber. We have no saw mill, so we need to do this stage ourselves. We then began to put together the foundations for the cabin and create a wood base for the cabin to stand on. This cabin is located at one of our Bushcraft Camp sites. So after a hard days work we got the fire going and cooked up some food on the cast iron grill. I hope you guys enjoy this cabin build series. It gives me a great chance to spend time with my Dad on this wilderness project together. Hope you enjoy coming along on the adventure! OFFICIAL TA OUTDOORS MERCH: https://taofficial.com TA OUTDOORS PATCHES: https://www.taoutdoors.com TA INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/taoutdoorofficial TA FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/totallyawesomeoutdoors TA TWITTER: https://twitter.com/OutdoorsTa BEGINNER BUSHCRAFT GEAR: https://www.taoutdoors.com/bushcraft-gear/ INTERMEDIATE BUSHCRAFT GEAR: https://www.taoutdoors.com/intermediate-gear/ ADVANCED BUSHCRAFT GEAR: https://www.taoutdoors.com/advanced-gear/ Watch More Episodes of The Pallet Wood Cabin Build: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxnadpeGdTxDMYqxhMnVMPHzgIuUOKB54 Get 15% off Gstove woodstoves and accessories with code "taoutdoors" on their site: https://www.gstove.com/ Watch ALL of my Bushcraft Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxnadpeGdTxBqUjgb60isxg1sLCb1soDR Subscribe to our other Fishing YouTube Channel "TAFishing" here: https://www.youtube.com/tafishing Music: http://www.epidemicsound.com/ Simon Alexander: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf9TjD6MHoFHSMtEL6pUa-A TA Outdoors, Bushcraft, Survival, Camping, Off Grid, Self Reliance, Homesteading, Survival Skill, Primitive, Primitive Skills, Winter Camping, Bug Out, Bug Out Camp, Bushcraft Camp, Mike Pullen, Campfire Cooking, Hunting, Adventure Travel, Log Cabin, Tiny Home
Views: 1666033 TA Outdoors
If you’ve ever wanted a treehouse as a kid and are now interested in tiny living I think you’ll love this.. It’s a micro cabin with a balcony/deck that hovers over the main house on the property. But it’s not just any kid’s fort either… This is a fully functioning micro cabin with: kitchenette sleeping loft downstairs bed fireplace wall mounted LCD TV outdoor shower/bathroom Read more at http://tinyhousetalk.com/treehouse-cabin-micro-living/#OzGqkeLOSZ5xfIHo.99 =========================== #GoTinyHouseHunting is a channel sharing #homes under 500 sq ft and #tinyhouse. In the past few years, tiny homes have surged in popularity. They're economical, environmentally friendly, and encourage people to live minimally. Look around and have a look at some of the beautiful homes and spaces people have created. Enjoy!
Views: 760 Go Tiny House Hunting
This is a modern backyard garden studio cabin in Seattle, Washington. It’s called the Orchid Studio and it’s designed to function as an art and gardening space that’s separate from the main house on the property. It’s a cozy and relaxing place to read, draw, paint, meditate, nap, sew or knit. When you go inside you’ll find that there are lots of windows for natural light, a full bathroom, living area, and enough space to add a kitchen if you wanted to later on. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you! Images © First Lamp Architecture Construction Read more at http://tinyhousetalk.com/modern-backyard-garden-studio-cabin/#4E21QxaZO7l6gelO.99 =========================== #GoTinyHouseHunting is a channel sharing #homes under 500 sq ft and #tinyhouse. In the past few years, tiny homes have surged in popularity. They're economical, environmentally friendly, and encourage people to live minimally. Look around and have a look at some of the beautiful homes and spaces people have created. Enjoy!
Views: 1098 Go Tiny House Hunting
Today we're featuring an amazing tiny house that is a modern version of a traditional Danish allotment hut. Back in the day, allotment huts were owned by people living in apartments who didn't have a garden, and who could then use the allotment to grow fruit and vegetables, and to enjoy the fresh air. The house is 236 sq ft, and every square feet is used for a purpose, with many design details. It was build 9 years ago by Karen Jelnes and her husband before they had children; after they had kids they build bunk beds on top of their own bed, which is a really clever solution. The house is really beautiful and unique, and they build it small on purpose to make more space in the garden to grow vegetables, berries and fruit that the whole family can enjoy! More info and to get the plans for this house: http://www.jelnes.com/ Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1WCeBAH Our website http://www.godownsize.com/ Camera gear used to film these videos: Camera Sony: http://amzn.to/1HBjEaF Boom mic: http://amzn.to/1HBjKzf Iphone 6se: http://amzn.to/1HBjTm5 GoPro Hero: http://amzn.to/1LoUJrB Macbook Pro: http://amzn.to/1SstJgm Light weight items we use for traveling: Baby chair: http://amzn.to/2lSLg52 Bugaboo Stroller: http://amzn.to/2meIwAC sun canopy: http://amzn.to/2mhPYg1 Travel bed/tent: http://amzn.to/2lSWNB9 Bath tub: http://amzn.to/2nas8k9 Suitcase: http://amzn.to/2mSv4FY Music credits: "And So It Begins" - Music used with permission from: http://soundcloud.com/artificial-music "Miei" - Used with permission from https://brokeforfree.bandcamp.com/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode "To The Top" - Silent Partner
Views: 1048626 Go Downsize
Over the last couple of weeks I had a shed build (well, actually more of a summer house). I found the process rather interesting, so I thought I'd share it here. The shed is the Dorset model from Creative Living (http://www.creativelivingcabins.co.uk/). Many thanks to Rob and Dan for putting it together, Ashley and his team from ADMI Electrical (http://www.admi-elec.com) for the cabling and Matt for the paint job. Tech: WiFi: https://goo.gl/m5YxVn Brush Cable Entry: https://goo.gl/TSk8rj Netgear Switch: https://goo.gl/RwqXwn Patch Panel: https://goo.gl/AHtJh7 Furniture: Sofa: https://goo.gl/1GKaS5 Coffee Table: https://goo.gl/E8812h
Views: 243835 Marc Mosthav
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Margy and Wayne Lutz were camping in Coastal British Columbia when they discovered their dream home: the float cabins of Powell Lake. They're not houseboats, but "float cabins", that is, they're permanently anchored to shore. Float cabins were first built on Powell Lake as inexpensive and portable homes for loggers and fishermen. Since then they've become regulated and the 200 float cabin owners here these days lease their water lots from the BC government for $500 per year. The Lutz's bought their retirement home in 2001 for 35,000 Canadian dollars (about $25,000 USD, at the time), what they considered worth the risk if their experiment in off-grid living didn't workout. A few years later they retired early from their school district jobs in Los Angeles, anxious to start living their dream, and moved into their small (420 square feet, plus a 200-square-foot sleeping loft) floating home. At the time it didn't have indoor plumbing so they hiked 4 flights of stairs up the granite cliff to an outhouse (they've since installed a composting toilet indoors). Today, the Lutzs live completely off-the-grid. There's no water heater (they boil it on the wood stove as a luxury) and no plumbing. They hand-pump water from the lake (for washing dishes, they remove most food first and use only biodegradable soap and the water is returned to the lake). There's no trash pickup. They compost nearly everything. For their energy uses, the Lutzs rely on solar, wind, and thermoelectric power. For heat, they rely on a wood stove (fueled mostly with driftwood) that has been rigged with an experimental thermoelectric system generating a trickle charge to their batteries. Their buoyant home doesn't make gardening easy, but Margy has found a way to provide much of the summertime produce. In addition to a hillside potato garden, she created a floating vegetable garden. More info on original story: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/off-grid-float-cabin-retirement-tiny-home-in-bc-wilderness/ The Lutzs' blog: http://powellriverbooks.blogspot.com.es/ "Coastal British Columbia Stories" by Wayne Lutz: http://www.powellriverbooks.com/
Views: 979430 Kirsten Dirksen
Sharing my technique how I insulate my cabin floors and keep them rodent free. Lots of people asking if they could use this in the walls and ceiling. Myself, I would NOT surround myself with it. A building needs to breath. At most, I would use it in the floor and ceiling but fiberglass in the walls. At 3.10 in this video you will how I install it during new construction. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPWYa_6QelM On my channel you will find videos pertaining to homesteading, gardening and living off the grid with fun DIY projects for self-reliance and SHTF emergency preparedness situations, with some campfire cooking and good old backwoods humor thrown in. Sharing knowledge and stories from over 30 years of living in the woods. Link to the BUBBLE FOIL INSULATION that I use for insulating my cabin floors: http://amzn.to/2p5o2fB Enjoy our FREE RECIPES on the FRIENDS OF FRANKIE AND THE BOSS Page: https://frankieandtheboss.wixsite.com/mysite If you like the content on this channel and you shop at Amazon, please bookmark this link and save it to your favorites: https://www.amazon.com/?ie=UTF8&tag=cabinlifejour-20 Shopping through this link will help support this channel while you spend money on yourself. A win win situation with NO donations required. ITEMS WE USE AND RECOMMEND: https://www.amazon.com/shop/thebossoftheswamp Royalty free audio files provided by www.audiomicro.com and Footage Firm which I am fully licensed for. #logcabin #homesteader #prepper #insulation MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: Q: How do you have internet at your cabins? A: I have cell service at both cabins but it is spotty due to foliage and cloud cover. I can access the internet from my cabins but have to rive to a local wifi location to upload videos. Q: How old is Frankie? A: Frankie will be 10 in April of 2018 Q: What video editing software do I use? A: Presently, all I use is Windows Live Movie maker but I’m considering trying imovie, Adobe Elements or SONY VEGAS PRO. Q: How do you get your water? Did you dig a well? A: Presently, I haul water to the NY cabin but at the NH cabin, I drop a kettle into an old well that was dug by hand by the settlers in the 1700’s. Q:What is your favorite brand of cast iron cookware? A: I prefer using vintage cast iron. My favorites are BSR and Griswold. If I had to buy new I would buy a Lodge Brand. I plan to purchase this dutch oven in the future: All video content is protected by copyright. Any unauthorized reproduction or posting will be subject to a users fee. Copyright JC Desclos 2017 All rights reserved.
Views: 110301 TheBossoftheSwamp OFF GRID SELF RELIANCE
The Hampshire Log Cabin is an extremely practical which is available in a variety of sizes to suit all requirements. Perfect for a garden home office, garden building, summer house or chalet. With Double Glazing and Insulated Cavity Walls it will provide the extra warmth and comfort for the all year round outdoor living experience. However, if you should have your own design or layout in mind our made to measure service is available for those looking for something more bespoke and unique.
Views: 243 CreativeLivingCabins
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Views: 2237302 How To Build A Shed
This simple, but cozy bush cabin was constructed in my spare time, and was completed in 8 months. My youth group, and several people from my church were a huge help. I wouldn't have been able to complete it in time without them. I am aware that 8 months isn't necessarily a fast building time, but keep in mind: this cabin is somewhat isolated, no machinery was used, all the logs and materials had to be carried on our shoulders, I often worked alone and in at least 3 feet of snow, I built this in my spare time when I wasn't working 50+ hours at my jobs, or spending time with my family. And any construction project takes longer when it's out in the bush. Some people have noticed that I have a gas can in the corner of the cabin next to the stove. Obviously it is dangerous to keep a gas can near a running stove. The only reason why the gas can is there, is because I temporarily put it there for filming. The stove was off, and as soon as I was done filming, I returned the gas can back to where it belonged; outside. Of course there are things that I can, and could have done, to make sure this cabin lasts 100+ years: 1- The logs could have been debarked before I used them. 2- In the future I can jack the cabin up and put it on footings so that the logs will be kept off the ground. 3- In the future I can put a metal roof on, to replace the tarp. So why didn't I just do the above 3 things right away? I was under a strict time & budget constraint. I only had $500 and I had exactly 8 months to complete the cabin (it's a long story). Although I had a lot of people who helped on various occasions, I worked alone most of the time, often in temperatures of -30, with only a chainsaw, an axe, and my arms. Although I had to take a couple of shortcuts (because of my constraints), I do not regret any decision I made in the cabin's construction. If I chose to build the cabin exactly the way I wanted it to be built, I wouldn't have been able to build it at all. In the future, I plan to build a bigger log home. And when I do, I will be sure to take the time to build the cabin exactly the way it needs to be built. The cabin cost only $500 to build. Most the the money went into the lumber that I put into the roof. As for the items that were donated, all of them were scrap to begin with. That means the donated items were worth $0, and they only took on value when I was able to make use of them. - The stove was donated because I had a friend who had it sitting in his scrap pile and he knew I could probably use it. - A farmer friend I knew told me that he had a bunch of thrown-out windows in a garbage pile in his back field. He said that if I could dig them out of the snow, I could have them. - The door was a coffee table that another friend made, but he was going to throw it out because the varnish didn't go on properly. So I took it off his hands. My point is, that even though the above items were donated, they were salvaged items that were going to be thrown out anyway. This is another reason why I was able to keep my costs down. Because I was able to take other people's garbage, and make them into something useful. I was given permission to build this cabin on a privately owned bush lot. Cabin details: - I have no previous experience in construction, only a passion to learn and build. - The cabin is 10'x10'. While the roof section is 11'x16' - It has 52 logs, approximately 25 inches in circumference at the base. I left them with the bark on. - It only cost me $15 worth of gas, and $30 worth of oil to build the entire cabin with my chainsaw. - The floor is set on 9 patio stones, with 2"x4"s for support, and 2.25" thick rough-cut Poplar floor boards on top. - I made square notches in the logs, which I found to be a sturdy way to fit the logs together. - We didn't use any machinery (except for a chainsaw). Just good ol' fashioned man power. - I used a heavy-duty tarp to cover the roof. - To fill the gaps between the logs I used brown-coloured insulation. Not the best way to fill the gaps, but it's certainly cheap, quick, and efficient. - Since the cabin is small, I didn't place it on any footings. The logs are sitting directly on the level ground. I'll see in the years to come, how well the cabin holds up. But it's already lasted through a whole winter and spring without any problems.
Views: 4087941 The Outsider
How to build an awesome shed AND for less than you can buy them for, also this is way more solid, it's insulated, is the exact dimensions you want and you can put the doors and windows (if any) where you like. My main shed where all the other stuff is filmed was built in the same way and has been up for 7 years with no problems at all, now i went a bit fancie on the slate roof but you only live once haha. There are no drawings for this as you make it to the sizes you wish. Now i'm not a shed building channel so you should check out my other videos it all good. BUNKER - https://youtu.be/8UKNajCgpEs GADGETS - https://youtu.be/kcjGRXTpHGI VEHICLES - https://youtu.be/zsXWspo5hrc MUSIC First track is by "Freeze the Atlantic" and the song is called "Hectares" you can get more on them here Web Site: www.freezetheatlantic.co.uk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/FreezeTheAtlanticUK Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/freezetheatlantic Label: www.ilovealcopop.co.uk Second track is by "Cyberneticwitchcult" and the song is called "Tyrannasaurus Hex" more on them here http://www.cyberneticwitchcult.com/media.html NOW SUBSCRIBE BECAUSE YOU READ TO THE BOTTOM
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How I built my 8x4 lean-to wood storage shed building. A free standing lean-to style building for use as a garden shed, tool shed or for patio furniture storage. Original version without captions. See the updated version for more information.
Views: 783246 Dave Tadlock
This stylish high quality DIY log cabin with double glazed doors and windows create a perfect garden room, garden studio, office, yoga room, garden gym or guest house in your backyard. The Garden Studio has nearly 15m2 of inner space and a generous 13m2 veranda area with 28mm wooden decking. Two wall high windows and fully glazed double doors let plenty of light in and three small windows in the back wall ensure good ventilation. Any DIYer with a pair of helping hands can install this cabin within 2-4 days, depending on the skills and tempo or you can order this cabin with our installation services and have it built within a day or two. https://summerhouse24.co.uk/garden-studio-xl-15-m2-6-x-5-m-44-mm/
Views: 231 Summerhouse24