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Riho Log Cabin 3.2x3.2m

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The Riho Log Cabin measures 3.20 x 3.20m and features a front canopy of 1.20m. Manufactured using 40mm interlocking logs. And double glazing

This log cabin benefits from plenty of natural light with single front window and double front window. And, with a small front canopy, venture outside for a relaxing break to enjoy the views and tranquility of your garden

Free Shingles offer *:
Roofing Options:
Floor Required:
Foundation Beams:
Offer Price: £3,070.81 Total incl. VAT Save £1,296.16
Price: £4,366.97
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A traditional apex style, the Riho Log Cabin 3.20m x 3.20m benefits from thick 40mm interlocking wall logs and double glazing paired with a front canopy of 1.20m. Suitable for use as a craft room, workshop or even a garden office, the combination of single front window and double side window ensures there is no lack of natural light! And, with a small front canopy, venture outside for a relaxing break to enjoy the views and tranquility of your garden.

Limited FREE roof Shingles offer

Built using first rate Spruce timber, this variety is chosen for its tight, dense wood grain. Tuin log cabins do not feature a mixture of timber species or finger jointing, the process whereby short lengths of timber are used to create the full log length, to indicate a high quality build.

All Tuin log cabins arrive untreated as standard, this building will need a good quality treatment in either a stain or a paint before or after installation. The window shown can be installed in either the left or right wall as required.

For an all year round cabin, learn more about insulating your Log Cabin.

The Riho Log Cabin features as standard:

  • 40mm interlocking wall logs
  • Double conical tongue and groove for stability
  • Single door
  • Single opening window
  • Double opening side windows
  • Door and window positions are interchangeable
  • Front canopy
  • Quality door and window fittings
  • Double glazing
  • Roofing felt or FREE shingles
  • Tanalised foundation beams
  • Fixing kit and instruction manual
  • Wind and watertight connections
  • Minimum 16mm Tongue and Groove Roof Boards


  • Overall Dimensions: 3.20m x 3.20m
  • Building Footprint: 3.0m x 3.0m
  • Internal Dimensions: 2.92m x 2.92m
  • Ridge Height: 2.45m
  • Eaves Height: 2.05m
  • Door Height (including frame): 1.95m
  • Rear Overhang: 0.20m
  • Front Overhang/Canopy: 1.20m

Riho Log Cabin Optional Extras:

Note that quantities are approximate

  • Coloured Felt Roof Shingles
  • Storm kit
  • Shingle Glue (3)
  • Air Vent (2)
  • Profiled foundation beams in pressure impregnated timber, hardwood or composite (5)
  • 18mm Wooden Floor (5 packs)
  • 26mm Heavy Duty Wooden Floor (6 packs)
  • Guttering 100mm

Optional Extras - Treatments

Please note, this cabin is supplied untreated, we recommend that the building is treated with high quality paints and treatments. They should be applied strictly to the manufacturer's recommendation. We also offer our own treatments:

  • Carefree treatment (8 2.5l tins)
  • Embadecor Stain (4 2.5l tins)
  • Embalan Paint (4 2.5l tins)
  • Impregnation Fluid (2 2.5l tins)
  • Factory Impregnation in three colours

Quality check:

  • No Mixed timbers known as Spruce and Pine mix
  • Slow grown Spruce
  • Wind and Watertight Log Connection
  • 10 year anti rot promise
  • Dutch Standards
  • 14% moisture content

FREE roof Shingles: As a standard building you can select either roofing felt or FREE shingles. We cannot guarantee which colour or shape will be sent.  We will always let you know the colour and style following your order. It is rarely possible to change those offered as it is dependant on our stocks.

Free shingles for this Riho 40mm Log Cabin are the same quality as our standard range and made by the same manufacturer. However, they are last years stock and old range colours, also some packaging may not be 'as new'.

Standard Roof Shingles: These are from our standard catalogue range and are available in various colours and styles.

We highly recommend shingles with your log cabin: The final finish is far more superior and turns a shed into a stunning log cabin. Ordinary felt will last two - three years. Shingles will last for at least 15 years and it is unlikely you will ever need to replace them.

Approximate Delivery Time: 14 - 21 Working Days

Free Shingles offer * Free shingles for this Log Cabin are the same quality as our standard range and made by the same manufacturer. However, they are last year's stock and old range colours, also some packaging may not be 'as new'.
Roofing Options
Floor Required Finish off your Log Cabin with a floating floor, floor joists are included ONLY if you order a floor with your Riho Log Cabin.
Foundation Beams
Delivery Week

Deliveries are carried out by external hauliers or carriers, Log Cabins are delivered with a fully articulated lorry with a moffett forklift.

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Log Thickness
40mm Logs
Overall Dimensions
3.20 x 3.20m
Internal Dimensions
2.92m x 2.92m
Minimum Base Size
3.00 x 3.00m
Log Cabin Height
Roof Type
Apex Roof
Single Half Glazed Door
Canopy or Porch
1.20m Front Canopy
Window Type
Tilt and turn window
Side hung casement window
Glass Type
Double Glazed
Multi Rooms
Size Group Width
Log Cabins up to 4m wide
Size Group Depth
Log Cabins up to 4m deep
A freshly installed Riho Log Cabin
Average customer rating:
9 Reviews  

5 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Mr. John M
Mar 25, 2022
Before starting the review I'd like to re-iterate the need for preperation. I was installing the cabin on an existing patio, I worked out it was not level enough for the install directly onto it, so I set about making a wooden frame consisting of double laminated 2x5s that were 3m in length. I made a double laminated square of timers bolted at 600mm centres with M12 stainless steel bolts with steel brackets at each corner mounted from the inside corners screwing both timbers together. To compensate for the slope of the patio I placed plastic adjustable risers under the wood and adjusted it until it was level. This took a day or so to get everything perfect. It's good to check it's square before bolting and screwing it. The log cabin arrived as expected, the driver helpfully put it at a convenient place in front of the house. I would recommend not keeping the foundational timber in storage too long as my timber merchant delivered the wood wet and as soon as it starts drying it starts to bend. Once the foundation was built I placed the starting logs in the timber and built-up the cabin. I was building in April and at times I had to cover the kit to avoid the wood getting wet, so would recommend you buy a 5mx5m tarp with elastic hooks to keep it down during winds. At night I put these over the build to protect it. Building the cabin up was pretty much ok once you get started, you just need to ensure the logs are sat on each other with a bash of the hammer, I checked level and square as I went. One mistake I made was to out the door round the wrong way(opening inwards) but it was easily rectified by taking the door off its hinges and taking the frame out and turning it around. Once the frame was done I put the purlins on the roof along with the gable ends. I noticed at this point that the gable end didn't quite meet the top wall logs, so a quick email to Tuin told me to plane the top to make it level. This seemed ok, but when the roof boards go on top it makes for a gap where they have to follow the slope. This has to be then filled. Once the structure was done the roof boards went on. It's easy for them to go off in the wrong direction if the board is slightly off square, so be careful to take your time. One the roof boards were on I insulated the roof by adding 4 boards of 25mm insulation by battening around with some 25mm timber at the outer edges and nailing through the insulation. On top of that went the shingles. I only had just enough shingles for the roof, I was literally down to my last usable bit. It took me a weekend to do the roof and insulation. I used 'fixall' black waterproof flexible roofing adhesive which worked well. Two tubes of that are fine.
I then made the floor by securing joist hangers to the outer timer frame and laying 2*5 timers with two rows of noggins in between. Make sure your joist spacing allows easy length cutting of the insulation board or you'll either buy too much or too little. I then used the 28mm floor pack provided which was a bit of a pain as the rows can easily get out of square. I used tongue tight screws through the tongues of the boards for a nail-free finish and it's been fine. To finish it all I varnished it with 4 layers of water based semi matt varnish. To finish the exterior I used Bedec's barn paint which is an acrylic paint which seems to flex well and be tough enough, I have done 3 coats at least on the exterior. On the interior I did 2 coats and an undercoat. The only problems I've had in the first year are the door sticking but an adjustment of the hunger fixed that. I had some water come through the side window but a silicon bead around the frame has sorted that. Hopefully you can see by the pictures (if it allows me to upload) a good grade cabin overall and excellent customer service when needed.
Mr. Paul Manning
Jan 18, 2021
Ordered the cabin about 3 weeks before Christmas and it was delivered amazingly quickly, in time to build during the holidays. Delivery was by forklift for the last half mile, from the closest point the articulated lorry could get. Cabin was perfectly packed with no damage. Took the advice on the website and built it myself. The main structure was really quick and largely complete in 2-3 days. The parts fitted together perfectly and easily. Quality was fantastic. Watched the video guide many times before building. Snow held up doing the shingles which added a couple of days. Very pleased with the finished cabin and would recommend to anyone.
Rob Charles
Oct 28, 2020
Bought this to replace a 30 year old garden shed to get more space for a gym and modelling workshop.

Arrived on articulated truck and driver placed beside house using onboard forklift. The package was double wrapped in heavy gauge plastic. This turned out to be very helpful as building was delayed for 3 months because of COVID and the need to get a perfectly flat concrete base completed. Package was safely protected from storms and driving rain.

I built the cabin myself, and hardest part was setting out the composite bearers (email answered in 20 mins on a Sunday by TUIN!). Would recommend these for longevity.

Spare log lengths are included for use as a 'beater' - to place on top of the main logs to protect from your mallet / hammer blows. Unfortunately the instructions show this as 3 separate lengths, and so I ended up using the wrong log - and destroyed a main log. I had to get a replacement made by a local sawmill. I found the 'beater' log in the pile - it hadn't been cut into three short lengths as described in the instructions, hence my mistake.

Cabin took about 2 days to build by myself and it went together easily and without problems. The roof planks were installed, felted and then shingled - this took me 8 hours each side! It was exhausting on my own. The fixing nails were not included in the package and promised replacements didn't arrive, so bought locally.

I had to watch YouTube videos from the IKO shingle manufacturer to understand the best way to lay the shingles - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUSGEmOZMyE . I found the shingles easiest to lay when ambient was 16C+.
I found the 3 tubes of bitumen adhesive included in the package to be not nearly enough, I bought 4 more tubes locally and used them on the roof.

Once built, I installed the floor with 25mm insulation underneath with joints sealed with expanding foam filler. I laid floorboards with 10mm gap between floor edge and walls. I left no gap between the boards, and this resulted in a lovely floor that was laid quickly. I put carpet tiles on top.

I primed and painted the exterior with Tikkurila Teho paint - matched to my own RAL paint code. I hand brushed the exterior, then sprayed top coat with follow up brush paint on endgrains.

I put 3 coats of danish oil on the interor logs, paying regular attention to the corners, which I am still coating to this day as the logs seem to absorb it.

Only issue I had was 'weepage' from one corner (solved with more danish oil and exterior paint) and weepage from one window during heavy rain that three times soaked the carpet tiles. This was solved with painting of the exterior window frames, danish oil in the interior frames and use of adhesive foam sealant on the frame. I think the wood was not properly sealed so water got in via capillary action.

Overall, this is a well made cabin and I am pleased with how it has turned out. Neighbours comment on how lovely it is - calling it a 'work of art'. I fear I may have caused issues as comments are now made on how other neighbours sheds and cabins 'could be as nice' as mine.
Mr. Ian Raitt
Mar 3, 2020
Purchased the Rino log cabin, arrived as per instructions given, driver was excellent and very helpful. The cabin was shrunk wrapped, excellent packaging and the quality was outstanding, all joints were perfect a few small imperfections easy repair. I have built a few cabins and the quality of this cabin is the best I have seen, locks and Windows very high quality. I would certainly recommend Tuin..
Stephen Ashford
Oct 17, 2017
Before I looked at Tuin I’d looked at lots of other sites and manufacturers. I live in the highlands of Scotland, on the coast, so I needed something sturdy, but I also wanted it to look good, and ideally have some sort of overhang for a bench so I could set up a sheltered spot to admire the view. The variety on the Tuin site, and the quality just blew me away. I compared several cabins, and in the end I went for Riho, it was the perfect size and was made of good thick logs.

The order and delivery was straightforward and hassle free. The cabin was well packed, and the instructions and on-line tutorials good quality and easy to follow. I prepared the site and poured a concrete base – securing the base frame as per Tuins instructions. And the cabin went up easily. My wife and I put it up in a day, and it took me one further day to shingle the roof. I had no experience of this before so I was pleased with the ease and speed of it all. The door was so easy to install and adjust, something I worried about – the thought in the design really shines through.

Because I’d left the cabin in the packaging for a few weeks I think a couple of the logs had taken on a bit of water and slightly bent, but it was still easy to slot them together and the cabin pulled itself together very nicely. The guttering is excellent and really helps with drainage around the cabin – a real must!

I’ve had the cabin in place for a year now – it’s perfect. The shingles look good and are really hard wearing and sturdy, the cabin looks as good as the day it was painted and it feels safe in even the strongest gales. It’s so good I’ve bought more from Tuin, a Grande Gazebo, and an Emma log cabin. I’m also about to buy a Jos cabin as my final outbuilding for the garden. I’d always look to Tuin first for any outdoor structure, and recommend them without hesitation.

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