Minimalist Tiny House in the Forest! // Full Tour!


Today we are back at the Northwoods property exploring their tiny houses! Minimalist design with a and bath house, this is a set up we have never seen before! Located in the middle of the forest for maximum peace.

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  1. These two tiny houses are not well designed. Why is the table so tiny? It could’ve been twice the size and no space would have been lost. What’s it with that black thing on top of them? Is it empty? That’s a waste of space. Is it just there so the roof is dipping? Strange choice. And that bathroom… WHO designed that? Way too much space. Tiny board for no reason. And why is the window on up so high? Why not lower it so you actually have a view, and curtains for privacy.

  2. It’s pretty and beautiful scenery but having a bathroom outside of the bedroom is a game changer and a No for me ,the kitchen I maybe could do without in the room but not the bathroom . It’s a shame though cause it’s beautiful there ,maybe some people would like it that way but I don’t see why .It seems like such a waste of such a gorgeous place but with no bathroom in the house where U sleep just doesn’t work .

  3. I like the blue but black will be pretty too .I can’t wait to see your tiny house all fineshed and I’m so glad to see a bathroom and kitchen in your tiny house lol

  4. I liked the one from last week better. This is nice one to unplug and get out into nature. The hike to the bathroom would be too much for this old lady.

  5. One really important option missing in the first cabin , a toilet. You have a stove for cold winter nights, and what are you supposed to do, walk out in the snow and pee? Or go to another building in the winter, carry the woodstove with you? These are really ridiculous!

  6. Sometimes local bylaws don’t allow for more than one accessory dwelling (with kitchen) so having bunkies that don’t have a kitchen is a way around it

  7. So, Levi…I normally love all of your Airbnb videos…but this ain’t one of them, Lol. I personally would not stay here. No indoor plumbing or kitchen, in 2022, is NOT happening, NOT appealing, NOT worth any amount of money, even for a weekend. Sorry, but that’s my opinion. On the other hand, I am so excited about your own Airbnb. Can’t wait to see the finished product.

  8. Beautifully designed properties, but one issue: a room where the BED occupies most of the space – and prominently – is not a “living” space. I’d feel uncomfortable hanging around a bed all day! They should’ve used a pull-out sofa or some kind of partition to separate the living and sleeping spaces.

  9. It seem nice but I don’t like the kitchen or bathroom separate, someone that constantly gets up at night to go. I would have attached the kitchen and bathroom to the back of the house that way you don’t have to go far or still be in the house. It could be two ways to enter each place just us your imagination. 🤗🤗🤗🤗

  10. Hello! We are Tyler and Mary, the designers and owners of Northwoods. We see the Tiny Cabins and Bathhouse have generated opinions about the kitchen/bathroom. We were initially going to do glamping tents (canvas). After a lot of thought and what this would look like, we decided the change of seasons in Minnesota are worth having a cabin available for all seasons, including winter. Glamping tents would not have provided that option.

    We wanted the cabins to have a true “in the woods” experience that are tucked into it’s surroundings. When we built the Tiny Cabins and Bathhouse we did it in a way to preserve as much nature as we could. There was already a clearing on the property where the Bathhouse was built. In order to do a well and septic by the Tiny Cabins we would have had to take out a significant number of trees, which goes against what we were trying to do.

    We understand that the Tiny Cabin experience is not for everyone, nor are we asking for it to be. There are other glamping / cabins in the area that also have a walk to the bathroom that are renting for a comparable price.

    If walking to the bathroom isn’t your jam, we have another cabin on the property that would be a better fit for you!

  11. Like someone posted this being a “fatal flaw”; it isn’t. Everyone can enjoy different options to enjoy this space and that’s the beauty of camping/glamming or any outdoor activity. Choose what works for you, the video does a great job of showing the options, and the website gives you the other options of the kitchen and bathroom being in another unit. I wouldn’t mind the change of pace, but that is my own opinion and preference, if I wanted something that was all inclusive, then I would look at other options. Just because it’s different in design, doesn’t make it flawed.😊

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