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Vermont Cottage B 4-Season Plans
Vermont Cottage B DIY Building Plans
The option B design of our Vermont Cottage series of tiny homes is the most spacious since it does not include a porch. If you are looking for a 16×20 Workshop, 16×24 Tiny House or 16×30 Shed plans this design is just what you need! Tiny home enthusiasts love the small footprint that gives them room to stretch and even room for adding partitioned off closets, bathrooms, or bedrooms. Because this tiny house is not built on wheels the overall height can be taller than a structure that is driven over the road. This leads to a loft with more headroom, which will be a much more comfortable living situation in the long run. Our plans also consider that our customers love the look of post and beam frames. We now sandwich rigid foam board wall insulation between the siding and a base layer that is attached to the outside of the frame. When you are standing inside you can see the rough-cut lumber posts, beams, and angle braces. This rustic cottage feature is cozy and inviting.
Learn how to build your own cottage with our step-by-step building instructions. Our plans open with an exploded view of the self build cabin. This illustration is color-coded and corresponds to the cut list, making a handy reference when you need to quickly see how pieces of the kit go together. A shopping list can be used when buying lumber, hardware, and roofing materials locally. Directions for several foundation options shown are gravel pads, concrete piers, or a concrete slab. Each step of the process, from the floor to the roof, are explained in detailed written instruction with diagrams. Rafter templates help you cut your lumber correct for your roofing.
If this project feels daunting or you simply do not have time to take out of a busy schedule you can build a tiny home kit. Our cheap tiny house kits are shipped in one delivery, to help eliminate multiple trips to different stores to gather all the materials that you need. Our technical support team can help with any questions, or hire an assembler to do the work for you.