Decatur is known for its distinct, historic neighborhoods, eclectic food, and vibrant downtown: it is not known for log cabins. My clients are the owners of this unlikely urban retreat, and wanted to design a space that provided a TV-free zone to read, relax, eat, and play games as a family.
We got rid of the draperies and painted the windows gray for a more open and modern feel. A new mantle and all new furniture made for a refreshed and now usable space!
Decatur is known for its distinct, historic neighborhoods, eclectic food, and vibrant downtown: it is not known for log cabins. My clients are the owners of this unlikely urban retreat and wanted to design a space that provided a TV-free zone to read, relax, eat, and play games as a family. This angle shows close-ups of the great texture and color we were able to put in there with the vintage rug layered over the jute, the green pillows and the awesome art that made it feel personal and cozy.
A mix of rustic wood and metal combine to create a whimsical style in these outdoor chandeliers. The two-light fixtures give the covered area a finished feel and transform this seating area into an outdoor living room.
Enjoy your cabin days in style! This cozy cabin features country white wall paneling and cabinet doors in the bathroom and red toile fabric for the adjoining bedroom. The folding shutter window dressing and decorative plate wall art add charisma and charm to an already adorable palette.
An excellent way to bring holiday flair to your bedroom is through texture. Overall, this dark and dreamy bedroom was transformed into a cabin-inspired retreat with a mix of rich nubby evergreens, rough burlap and warm star-shaped garland made from twigs.
“I’ve always imagined spending a snow-filled Christmas in a cozy mountain cabin, so I decided to pretend that’s where we were hanging out when I created this tablescape,” says Katie Nathey of Mountain Modern Life.
“Most of the table decor came from shopping our home,” Nathey says, “such as the vintage Mason jars and candle holders.” The napkins were made out of leftover fabric, and she added liquid gold leaf to glam up thrifted glasses.
A radical break from the rustic mountain cabin with a design motif of pinecones, bears and rainbow trout, this stunning Cashiers, North Carolina home was the site of the 2018 Cashiers Designers Showhouse sponsored by Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles and the Cashiers Historical Society. Rooms instead featured big city flair considering most designers hailed from Atlanta, but also from New Orleans, and the Highlands and Cashiers, North Carolina region. Inspired by chateaux in France and Italy, this 42-acre estate overlooking Lake Glenville was decorated with some au courant trends including lots of assertive, stylish wallpaper, a preponderance of soft pastels, plenty of Chinoiserie and subtle nods to the beautiful local surroundings in botanicals and floral motifs.
Decatur is known for its distinct, historic neighborhoods, eclectic food, and vibrant downtown: it is not known for log cabins. My clients are the owners of this unlikely urban retreat and wanted to design a space that provided a TV-free zone to read, relax, eat, and play games as a family. Red chairs were the pop that this space needed. The table was custom made and can expand for guests. We lined store-bought curtains to make them look higher end and put a roman shade of the same material over the large kitchen sink. It pulls it all together. It's a cabin, yes, but that does not mean every detail needs to be rustic!
A quintessential log cabin with panoramic views of Yellowstone National Park – sign us up. The $1.9 million property sits on 40 acres of wildflower meadows in Big Sky, Montana's Big EZ community. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the 1,800-square-foot home brings rustic style to life with reclaimed wood floors and a hand-stacked stone fireplace. Picturesque windows and spacious porches guarantee breathtaking views.
The siting of this rustic home offeres commanding views of some of the most dramatic scenery in the world. The home is visually engaging from both the exterior and interior because of the exposed nature of the site.
The new mudroom has hooks, storage, and a place for everyone's things. The polished concrete floors help contain the mess and make for an easy clean, while the bench gives the family an easy space to take off their dirty shoes.
The acres of woodsy waterfront land that make up the Washington estate include streams, waterfalls, trails and a sandy beach. The cabin and its guest house feel like a treehouse in the middle of it all.
Two stories, three garages, lots of picturesque outdoor areas...in this cabin's case, secluded does not mean deprived. The arts-and-crafts architecture helps the house to blend with its forest surroundings and makes it a fascinating creation in its own right.