It’s been a while since I’ve updated you on the little cabin we’re building in the grounds of Per’s family’s summer cottage (see our plans here). Word on the street in the Bjärehalvön is that the build will start in September (so exciting!). It’s kind of crept up on me though and now I’m in a panic. This week, I started looking at windows and doors. It’s safe to say, I’m starting from scratch with this, but learning fast. And I’ve narrowed it down to two options (hopefully): 
1. Doors that concertina up – like these fine specimens from Outline, seen here in a small Danish cabin of Lena at Peekaboo design. The beauty with these is that they still have a traditional touch but create a wonderful seamlessness between inside and out. 

2. The other option is to go for doors that open separately, like in this charming summer cabin below owned by Lina Kjellvertz (I once featured her fabulous Mallorcan house), designed by Sommarnöjen (Velfac sell similar doors). 
At this stage, I’m not even sure if option one is possible with, but it’s worth investigating – so I thought I’d throw it out there.
Which do you think would work the best? 
Curious to see more Scandic-inspired tiny cabins today? I love: 
Or for something a little different, the before and after pictures of a Mercedes sprinter van which was converted into a tiny camper van are incredible! 
Wishing you all a wonderful weekend! 
Niki

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It’s been a while since I’ve updated you on the little cabin we’re building in the grounds of Per’s family’s summer cottage (see our plans here). Word on the street in the Bjärehalvön is that the build will start in September (so exciting!). It’s kind of crept up on me though and now I’m in a panic. This week, I started looking at windows and doors. It’s safe to say, I’m starting from scratch with this, but learning fast. And I’ve narrowed it down to two options (hopefully): 
1. Doors that concertina up – like these fine specimens from Outline, seen here in a small Danish cabin of Lena at Peekaboo design. The beauty with these is that they still have a traditional touch but create a wonderful seamlessness between inside and out. 

2. The other option is to go for doors that open separately, like in this charming summer cabin below owned by Lina Kjellvertz (I once featured her fabulous Mallorcan house), designed by Sommarnöjen (Velfac sell similar doors). 
At this stage, I’m not even sure if option one is possible with, but it’s worth investigating – so I thought I’d throw it out there.
Which do you think would work the best? 
Curious to see more Scandic-inspired tiny cabins today? I love: 
Or for something a little different, the before and after pictures of a Mercedes sprinter van which was converted into a tiny camper van are incredible! 
Wishing you all a wonderful weekend! 
Niki










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