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  • Reply Philip Tworek April 2, 2015 at 11:10 pm

    I love this floor plan. I’m looking into the viability of building a tiny home that’s just big enough. This floor plan would seemingly work out great. Is this custom built on site or was this delivered prefab..? Thank you for sharing.

    • Reply Carpenter Oak April 24, 2015 at 8:02 am

      Hi Philip,

      Thank you for the comment! I’ve just happened to come across this blog, thanks Small House Swoon for sharing and linking to us. So far we’ve always designed and hand crafted every frame to the clients needs – every frame we raise is unique, meaning that the space is truly suited to your lifestyle, encouraging efficient use of space and the most comfortable living environment possible. The frame is made by some of the best timber frame carpenters in the UK, and spectacularly raised on the building site in about 3-4 days on average.

      Where are you based/looking to build? We welcome the chance to talk to you about your project at any stage – even if it’s a pipe-dream for now! Our number is +44 (0)1803 732900. If you’re at the point when you’re ready to plan and are looking for a plot, we have show barn at our Devon workshops – http://carpenteroak.com/inspiration-and-ideas/oak-framed-houses-new-builds/show-barn-case-study/ – the design of the above home was based on this.

      Hope to hear from you.

      Sarah Hodge
      Carpenter Oak Ltd
      sarah.hodge@carpenteroak.com

  • Reply Lori April 6, 2015 at 12:42 pm

    Love this cabin! Beautiful interior…wish they had shown the bath. Great job!

  • Reply Cat April 6, 2015 at 7:49 pm

    I am in LOVE…I love the use of the wood in the home…I love how how the function of the wood is shown as a feature..and the pops of colour are spot on….a job very well done!!!

  • Reply Patty April 7, 2015 at 4:18 pm

    LOVE!!!

  • Reply PUTTY April 7, 2015 at 5:25 pm

    Gorgeous!!! Everything but the ‘gloppy’ black leather couch lol sorry. Would have loved to see the bath too and wonder whether it was handled with the same understated chic and deft handiness as that great kitchen. There’s something really graceful and eloquent in the gentle strength of the whole design, it’s execution, as well as its livability. A most pleasant surprise!

    • Reply Carpenter Oak April 24, 2015 at 8:30 am

      Hi Putty

      Wow great comments, thank you! You can see a picture of the bathroom here: http://www.houzz.co.uk/photos/18004231/an-oak-frame-retreat-coastal-south-west (I will get this on our website soon!)

      This is one of our most loved frames, and was an absolute pleasure to create – the clients had a strong sense of what they wanted to achieve which definitely shows throughout the whole home. There are so many positives when building with a timber frame – it’s a sustainable source of material (contrary to popular belief that we are cutting down old oak trees, we’re actually helping the oak forest we use to grow by 1.5% every year!), the beautiful aesthetic of a traditionally hand-crafted frame, but above all the flexibility which creating your own space allows – every one of our frames is designed to the clients needs, making for the best possible living environment.

      Get on touch if you’re thinking of building one yourself!

      Sarah Hodge
      Carpenter Oak Ltd
      sarah.hodge@carpenteroak.com
      +44 (0)1803 732900.

  • Reply Doug April 23, 2015 at 1:31 am

    According to the website the downstairs is 85 sq meters. That’s around 900 sq ft. Still really nice though.

  • Reply Roderick James Architects April 29, 2015 at 1:29 pm

    Hello Small House Swoon, thank you for including one of our designs on your page! We are a firm of Architects in Devon, England, and all of our designs are bespoke. We work alongside Carpenter Oak and we both specialise in the design of timber frame buildings, both traditional and contemporary. Our website is: http://www.roderickjamesarchitects.com

  • Reply Dave November 7, 2016 at 7:14 am

    Very nice little home.

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