A-Frame Bunk Cabin
A-Frame Bunk Cabin
A-Frame Bunk Cabin
A-Frame Bunk Cabin
A-Frame Bunk Cabin
A-Frame Bunk Cabin
A-Frame Bunk Cabin
A-Frame Bunk Cabin
A-Frame Bunk Cabin
A-Frame Bunk Cabin

A-Frame Bunk Cabin

Regular price $99.00

A Hotel Room in the Woods

Making camp has never looked so good. This bunk cabin plan is saturated by natural light bringing soaring 14-foot ceilings and an entire wall of glass to your own slice of Earth, wherever that may be. French doors open into the great outdoors while vented windows and a thoughtfully placed skylight invite the fresh air in. With a spacious lofted bed alcove and an optional kitchenette, this is the perfect cabin to be built in pairs or as a trio to host family and friends in their own space.


  168 sq ft. (14' length x 14' width)
  Approx. 21' (top of foundation to roof peak)
  Sleeps 2
  Loft bedroom
  Mini kitchen with 24" cabinets
  Floor to ceiling windows
  Mini-split for heat & A/C
$25,704 Cost to build*
*based on the national average of $153/sq ft. 

This Plan Comes With

Instant download via printable .PDF
Readiness for permitting approval
Detailed construction drawings
Description of cabinetry, fixtures, and appliances
Description of windows and doors
Structural materials and IRC (International Residential Code) guidelines

We've made it easy to build a cabin

Buy the plans

In order to begin building your Den cabin in nature, you need to start with a set of plans. You can't unlock the rest of the process without them.

Get them approved

Take your plans to your local building department to ensure your build is compliant with all local regulations, and get your plans approved.

Plan your build

Need to find a contractor, or want to wrap your head around how you'll frame the wall of the cabin? Our detailed plans precisely inform all these conversations.

What does it cost to build?

$153/sq foot with labor included

We encourage all our customers to plan for a construction cost of at least a cost of $153 per square foot (the national average). This cost assumes the use of labor, and that you’ll be working with a team of carpenters, plumbers, and electricians to build your cabin. 

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