Who says you can’t go home? A while back we dropped in on an off-grid cabin in eastern Ohio; designed and built by Greg Dutton of Midland Architecture on his parents’ 2,000-acre property , it serves as a guest quarters for him and his siblings. Today we’re taking a closer look at the cabin’s small-space kitchen, with a few budget elements, Etsy finds, and a countertop built by a childhood friend.
Photography by Alexandra Ribar, courtesy of Midland Architecture.
“The pine flooring was a steal,” says Greg. “At less than $2 per square foot, it was a huge budget saver and allowed us to splurge in other areas of the project.” The pegs along the wall were an Etsy find.
The cabin was a labor of love: The white oak countertop and shelving was made by Greg’s best friend from elementary school, and Greg’s brother, father, and friends pitched in to help with the building process.
For a look at the full project, see Hygge in Ohio: An Architect’s Scandi-Inspired Off-the-Grid Hut.
And for more off-grid kitchens, see:
- Unplugged: A Young Couple’s DIY, Totally Off-the-Grid Cabin in the New Hampshire Woods
- A Hollywood Director’s Refined Off-the-Grid Cabin by Commune Design
- An Off-the-Grid Retreat Designed as “a Piece of Furniture with Everything Built In”
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