Den’s new easy-to-assemble, flat-packed cabin is disrupting the prefab scene.
The couple behind the DIY cabin company Den are at it again. After releasing a set of
Inspired by their own cabin-building experience in the Catskills, the couple sought to create an easy and cost-effective way for anyone to create the cozy retreat of their dreams.
“Great projects are sometimes born out of frustration. While building our first cabin,
They came up with a concept called “The One Day Cabin”—a structure so simple that it could be assembled by two people in just 24 hours. “Admittedly, we became a bit obsessed with this challenge throughout the process of making this cabin,” Romanowicz says. “While the ‘One Day Cabin’ still remains elusive, it took our team of three people (I was one of them!) two-and-a-half days to finish our first cabin. Completely turn-key finished.”
As far as tools and equipment, the kit calls for a ratchet set, one or two power drills, a painter’s ladder, a step ladder, and a staple gun. The flat-packed materials even come packaged in the order in which you need them, to help streamline the building process.
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