If getting cozy under string lights and sipping hot cocoa while surrounded by a snowy evergreen forest sounds like a dream to you, then you have to see this adorable cabin in Washington state. Built by couple Jacob Witzling and Sara Underwood, the artisan tiny cabin in the Pacific Northwest woods looks like it's plucked right out of a Hallmark movie. It features a loft bed, windows on all sides to take in the scenery, and beautiful moss covering the outside. Oh, and the main room inside is big enough for a pretty big Christmas tree.
Jacob and Sara built the cabin as part of Cabinland, their planned "wonderland of artisan cabins nestled in the PNW rainforest." Jacob designs the cabins and builds them using salvaged materials with the help of Sara. Once completed, they hope the hidden oasis will have between eight to 10 cabins.
This particular cabin isn't available to rent just yet (it looks like they've only let a few friends stay here so far), but once the surrounding area has been built out with some additional amenities like outdoor showers and composting toilets, Jacob and Sara will consider making it available for rent to the general public. Until then, you can get your tiny cabin fix by visiting their YouTube channel, where they share interesting and funny how-tos and cabin tours.