Design & Style

Wee Cabins - Thoreau Revisited

Craftsman has a huge passion for small cabins

By Mark R. Johnson
Published: June 1, 2007
Eric and Dayna Mase enjoy a break from cabin construction.
Photo by Cabin Life Staff
“They’re so cute, I want to eat them like a gingerbread house.”

Not the kind of review you’re likely to read in “Architectural Digest,” but then these are no ordinary cabins.

They are Wee Cabins, designed and built by Eric Mase. The gingerbread comment came from a Russian friend. The cabins were christened “Wee Cabins” by another friend of Eric’s wife, Dayna. When it comes to these cabins, everyone has an opinion, and the opinions are as unique as the cabins themselves.
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