Chalk Hill Off-Grid Cabin kitchenRustic Kitchen, Sacramento

This 872 s.f. off-grid straw-bale project is a getaway home for a San Francisco couple with two active young boys.

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This is an example of a small country l-shaped eat-in kitchen in Sacramento with a farmhouse sink, flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, black appliances, wood benchtops, concrete floors and no island. —  Houzz
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lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Rustic Retreats to Hide Away In22 May 2016

6. Solar-powered holiday cabin in Northern CaliforniaWho stays here: A couple and two young sonsLocation: East of Nevada City, CaliforniaWith just one sleeping loft and a built-in sleeping platform, this cabin in the woods was designed to be easily expandable in the future for year-round living. The innovative off-the-grid structure includes mounted solar panels, a solar heating system, concrete flooring and straw-bale walls that give it the ability to produce and maintain its own energy all year. Especially important, the cabin is designed to prevent frozen pipes, even when the family is not in residence.See the rest of this cabin

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pollymeske
pollymeske added this to cabin16 September 2020

Built on hill. Door enters to mudroom and bathroom. Bedroom above kitchen. View from living room