3D Interior Cabin floor Plan & Maple Counter Top
So I made these scale 3D floor plans in Sketch-up last winter when I was planning the cabin and just now remembered I made them. I was trying to figure out exactly what would fit in 200 square feet. Sketch-up had this huge library of models that were the actual sizes of things like that wood stove that looks just like ours and the futon which I think we need another of. So it’s great for planning, especially for a visual person like myself. Things have changed slightly since I made these models. We’ve put the door on the opposite side and may not be putting the wood stove in there… Read more on that below
Also that is a 8′ counter top which my friend Kevin just got us a solid piece of 2″ thick maple to use. It’s even go “Live edges” for that rustic look that we badly need after our conventional building practices so far. He works at a sawmill in the Skagit Valley so he went out in the yard and selected this log months ago, putting my name on it. And they just cut it and ran it through the sander once. Thanks Kevin!
I want to put a wood stove in but since we’re not supposed to heat a shed we’re worried that “the MAN” might spot our shinny stainless steel smoke stack from the road. So maybe we’ll do a removable stack through the back wall? Not sure if that will work. If it doesn’t we’ll do propane heat like a Big Buddy heater or the 35,000 BTU space heater Nate has, though it’s overkill.
Anyone have any ideas how to do a removable smoke stack?