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The Cabin Porn Book

Inspiration for your quiet Place Somewhere

The Cabin Porn Book

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Inside each of us is a home ready to be built. It takes a supply of ambition and materials to construct a cabin, but the reward is handsome: a shelter for yourself somewhere quiet, and a place to offer warm hospitality to friends.

Over the past six years, we’ve collected photos and stories of more than 12,000 cabins handmade by people using whatever they could find near places that mean something special to them. This book contains more than 200 cabins handpicked from our archives for your inspiration, as well as ten special stories and photo collections

The greatest collection of cabin inspiration ever assembled.
— Outside Magazine
An enchanting rabbit hole of tiny handmade houses...
— The New York Times
What’s surprised me about this book is how moving it is. It’s sweet to look at beautiful photos of woodsy cabins; it’s calming and the pictures are lovely. But the stories about the work behind the cabins – that’s the magic.
— Powell's






Hardcover with band

Hardcover without band

Paperback (UK edition)


"Why can't all these people stop looking at cabins? What is the allure? Put simply, Cabin Porn is visual stimulation of the urge for a simpler life in beautiful surroundings."―The Atlantic

"A lust-worthy compendium."―Dwell

"If you're going to visit Cabin Porn, you'd better have a lot of leisure time handy."―Apartment Therapy

About the Author

Zach Klein is an entrepreneur who co-founded and designed Vimeo-one of the most popular websites in the world. He is the CEO of DIY, a service to help kids learn any skill. He lives in San Francisco, and regularly travels to Beaver Brook where Cabin Porn began.

Steven Leckart is a correspondent at Wired Magazine and a National Magazine Award finalist.

Noah Kalina is a photographer living in New York.