Watch: This Is How You Build A Wooden Surf Shack In Hawaii – In Just Five Weeks

The finished house looks so awesome inside...

Ever dreamt of building your own surf shack? We came across this awesome short video on surf blog Indoek featuring artist Jay Nelson (from the Patagonia Worn Wear campaign) building an rad surf shack in Hawaii made entirely of reclaimed redwood.

He built the cabin in just five weeks for filmmaker Jess Bianchi and jewellery designer Malia Grace Mau.

The Papaya Ranch might be  basic but it is seriously cool – with a mezzanine bedroom, minimalist kitchen and everything made from wood. Now, if only we could get ourselves a plot of land like that in Hawaii…

Check out more from the Indoek Surf Shack series here.

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