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SHARING IS CARING!1000      Original Article and Image Source Image Source READY FOR YOUR NEW CABIN? Click here to find builders, cabin kits, plans, and designers in your area!

SHARING IS CARING!1000 Original Article and Image Source Image Source READY FOR YOUR NEW CABIN? Click here to find builders, cabin kits, plans, and designers in your area!

This house is like a giant glass tent that just fits in the landscape.  I really like the bed that just floats in the center.

This house is like a giant glass tent that just fits in the landscape. I really like the bed that just floats in the center.

It is 43 feet long and just under 11 feet wide. It can easily accommodate a small family or a couple looking for a cozy rural retreat.

It is 43 feet long and just under 11 feet wide. It can easily accommodate a small family or a couple looking for a cozy rural retreat.

This happy tiny house clocks in at just 260 sq ft. Its bright and colorful design exudes a cheery atmosphere from all corners. | Tiny Homes

This happy tiny house clocks in at just 260 sq ft. Its bright and colorful design exudes a cheery atmosphere from all corners. | Tiny Homes

SHARING IS CARING!01200  Wade Cottage in Wade Hampton     Image Source READY FOR YOUR NEW CABIN? Click here to find builders, cabin kits, plans, and designers in your area!

SHARING IS CARING!01200 Wade Cottage in Wade Hampton Image Source READY FOR YOUR NEW CABIN? Click here to find builders, cabin kits, plans, and designers in your area!

John Kraemer & Sons built this Northern Wisconsin cabin as a lake home with a bunkhouse nearby. Materials used include natural stone and reclaimed wood from Montana. There is no sheetrock in this entire house!

John Kraemer & Sons built this Northern Wisconsin cabin as a lake home with a bunkhouse nearby. Materials used include natural stone and reclaimed wood from Montana. There is no sheetrock in this entire house!

A staircase at Château de Chambord in La Rochefoucauld, France, created by Leonardo da Vinci in 1517.

A staircase at Château de Chambord in La Rochefoucauld, France, created by Leonardo da Vinci in 1517.

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