Cabin Picard Point Cabin A 700 square feet cabin with live roof in Picard Point, Idaho. Designed by Jon Sayler Architect. by Steven Previous Post Next Post
just wondering just how much it cost to build that beautiful tiny home. it is just beautiful. has everything you need and more.
I love everything about this…but where is the bathroom?
Ahhh…behind the fireplace.
I’ve finished hyperventilating…
Is this for sale?
Wow! What a gorgeous small home!
Oh, my gosh. This house is stupefyingly gorgeous! I’m sure it is sooo far out of my price range as to be laughable. 🙁
Cute as a button, BUT … there’s a lot of wasted space by the closets, and what’s the point of the point? If there’s a fireplace, I want a sofa to curl up on, and there’s nowhere to put even a small one. You could squeeze a third chair in the point, but … eh. Houses should be designed from the inside out, not the outside in. There are some wonderful elements, but there needs to be a more usable space in front of the fireplace.
My daughter is an architect and we are interested in building me a tiny house on the property they will acquire in the summer of 2017. This is the most wonderful small house I’ve ever seen. Thank you.
interested in tiny house. But didn’t see any more information. It has to be so far out of price range but love to see more pictures and get more info
I wonder if the stone is local to the property.
That is quite a site platform built for the structure.
A unique and beautiful home. The structure itself is so very interesting and I love the roof. I think living in this home would be very easy and wonderful.
Love the location.
Never knew in Miss Murray’s Spanish class that you had such a gorgeous and stunning sense of architecture blooming inside you!
Uh-oh. I thought this was Jody’s site. Sorry.
Enchanting and wonderfully situated. Congratulations on this project.