Rustic materials and contemporary lines combine for a striking take on the classic cabin. Behind the cabin, the dense forest offers natural tranquility, and in front of the cabin, a lush yard offers a spot for outdoor activity.
This rustic cabin features a two story pine timber which anchors the staircase that leads up to the loft, while an open dining area features knotty pine throughout, an elegant antler chandelier, and a large breakfast bar island.
Beat a retreat to this incredible cabin in the Cascade Mountains of North Bend, Washington. You'll be pampered by sweeping views all around and, with its four bedrooms and four baths, you can bring a friend or three!
The guest cabin is tucked behind the main residence with its own private entrance, reached by a meandering gravel path. The porch is open to the property's incredible forest, mountain and Dabob Bay views.
Sarah Richardson, host of HGTV's Sarah's Summer House, chose soft and tranquil linens for the guest cabin bedroom. She made the bedside lamp from a birch tree, bringing a natural element to the space, while French doors allow natural light to fill the small space.
We’re all a fan of the deep grain texture that a wood deck offers, but aren’t fans of the maintenance that goes along with it. Good Life composite decking from Fiberon, in the subtle Cabin color, showcases rustic graining against more modern furnishing and clean, white composite railing – but never requires staining or painting.
The layout of the kitchen in this waterfront home takes full advantage of its beautiful location on the edge of Lake Tahoe. A sliding door pulls back to join the space with the outside areas and there are lots of windows letting in the sky and mountain views.