The second phase of construction will be adding a downstairs bedroom wing off one side, and the third phase a larger living area off the other side. What will at first be used as living area in this cabin now, will become a large kitchen and dining area after the next two phases are complete. I need to work on it more, and don't have the actual framing in this model, but I imagine it should be designed and framed up in such way that the windows will become interior doorways to the other sections when complete.
I tried to stay as close as possible to Brad Kittlel's floor plan of his latest 'Loophooler' design.
Just enough room for a small kitchen, full bath, and 10'x8' living area.
The sleeping loft is apx. 8'x8'.
A tiny old fashioned kitchen fits well, but I think I'll forgo the stove, and use a crock-pot, induction plate, and toaster oven in my cabin.
A three piece bathroom fits in the corner.
The arched roof gives the loft a height of just over 5 feet.
Cute platform for a bed, made with wood pallets.