People nowadays are too accustomed to the comfort and many things that seem self-evident. We usually take for granted warm water, drinking tap water, electricity, TV, Wifi, and so on.
Nevertheless, we occasionally like to move from the developed world and enjoy the little things like nature or the company of loved ones. Tiny cabins built by Charles Finn are a great example of minimalism. Despite their small size, the cabins provide everything a man needs for a comfortable stay.
Cabins are made from reclaimed materials and are environmentally friendly
Finn began his tiny house building career with Potomac Cabin, the first official tiny home. A great craftsmanship tradition then continued. Each of the tiny cabins is custom-made with its own style and choice of local materials, which is a way to help local people and honor rural traditions of building.
Charles Finn’s inspiration for build unique homes came from the tiny traditional Japanese tea houses that got him thinking about building small cabins. Advantages of small cabins, in his opinion, are proportional poetry, efficiency and simplicity. Excessive luxury isn’t the key to a relaxed stay. Sometimes it is better to live modestly and appreciate the things in life that truly matter.