This classic 1954 Airstream Flying Cloud travel trailer has been meticulously restored by Timeless Travel Trailers. The interior design of the cabin is appointed with hickory wood, aged oak flooring, copper sheet, and genuine leather. Andrew, one of our readers, suggested a blog post about small stoves for all those planning small earthbag homes.
For Memorial Day weekend and my 27th birthday, Matt and I wanted to simply relax and enjoy each other’s company.
Lyle over at Jalopy Cabins contacted me this week about the completion of their latest tiny cabin… The Ski Hut.
The logs for our latest cabin came off a ski resort about 30 minutes from where we live and were from the clean up they did for the slopes before the season began last year (hence the name for this cabin!).
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I don't think there will be a galvanic reaction unless moisture is also present, and the stove will help keep that corner dry.
Quoting: swanuglywhat brand of stove did you use , and how big is it ?I used this wood stove. That essentially what I just described, except with the addition of the ceramic strand insulation.
I am trying to find a small wood stove that obtains its combustian air through an outside the cabin inlet vent. This iconic Airstream was originally used as a hunting and fishing lodge near Goose Lake, Oregon.
The gleaming hand-polished aluminum skin captures the reflections of its natural surroundings.

We browsed through AirBNB for a small cabin in the North Carolina mountains, and found the perfect place for the most memorable weekend.
Inspired by a trip to Scandinavia, the family of four designed and built this exposed wood cabin as their peaceful retreat. It had such a presence in the cabin, with the contrastingly dark chimney stretching the full height of the space. The weather, the cabin, the hiking, the food, the relaxing – it was absolutely perfect.
He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. A better draw will result with a straght line run than one which has bends, and more of the chimney will be exposed to the cold in a through the wall installation, causing more creosote build-up and further inhibiting draw. I was aiming for the gap from that shield to the roof plywood ~ 4" but it worked out less because a roof joist was near (I covered portion of that joist with a tin sheet for the additional heat protection).
The natural wood interior has plenty of storage and is fully equipped with the technology of a modern trailer including a 19 ” HDTV.
The kitchen, dining, and living spaces blend into one, double-height space with a high vaulted ceiling.
We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. They are a bit pricey so it might be worthwhile matching the standoffs and fasteners just to be safe.
I bought enough ceramic strand insulation from a refractory company to do two thimbles for $15.
If I understand correctly, most of the code requirements regarding chimney installation is designed to prevent or delay combustion in the event of a chimney fire, not, as I first thought, to prevent combustion during normal use.

A spacious sleeping loft above the bedroom and bathroom look down onto the light-filled living space.
The furniture that was there was functional – providing storage (like the antique hutch in the kitchen) or accommodating extra guests (sleeping up to 7 people).
If any images that appear on the website are in Violation of Copyright Law or if you own copyrights over any of them and do not agree with it being shown here, please also contact us and We will remove the offending information as soon as possible.. The large deck extends the main space to the outdoors where we gazed at the star-filled sky or listened to the continuous buzz of bees. The owner of this website disclaims all warranties expressed or implied regarding the accuracy, timeliness, and completeness of the information provided. Although it wont meet code, I posted sometime earlier on this site about making one using ceramic strand insulation wrapped around a length of stovepipe. Do not wire money in any way without first seeing the home (or other product), checking title, and doing your proper due diligence. Perhaps my small cabin wood stove setup is not to the last letter of the building code, but I know it is safe – during my test burn the cabin wall surface behind the dual layer of heat shield was not even warm to the touch.For the chimney, I used a larger diameter stove pipe as a heat shield and cut a hole in the ceiling with additional clearance, then sealed connections with high-temperature wood stove cement.
On the roof, I installed a rain cap with a metal spark arrestor (also prevents animals from getting in through the chimney).I have also installed a carbon monoxide detector inside the cabin. I plan to build 2 partitions, one about 4 feet from the large heavy doors, and another about 20 feet back from that one. I found an airtight, swing top, cylinder-shaped stove at Le Baron but fear it would be difficult to insulate with bricks because of the shape.

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  4. Kristina

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  5. SweeT

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