A wildly imaginative mix of patterns and colors brings this log cabin's living room to life. The rustic foundation is used as a springboard for punchy window treatments and anything-but-typical tables and armchairs.
Drone view of all 160 acres of the rolling countryside estate in Ontario, CA. The property comes with a 5,000 sq. ft. organic produce hobby farm, features a graciously restored Victorian farmhouse, spectacular landscaping, a horse barn, log cabin, root cellar, and private spring fed pond and waterfall.
This farm in Sunderland, Ontario includes spectacular landscaping in every corn of its 160 acres, including a 5,000 sq. ft. organic produce garden, horse barn, log cabin, root cellar, spring fed pond and waterfall. The horse barn features a red, tin roof and is professionally landscaped and maintained.
The original log cabin main house holds court over spectacular views of Lake Tahoe. Summertide, a 5.5-acre property in Crystal Bay, Nev., once owned by billionaire Howard Hughes, has 500 feet of frontage on the famous lake. The Adirondack-style estate sits on five parcels and has a buoy and a pier to maximize waterfront living.
The interior of this cozy, rustic cabin features warm, natural wood as the siding, flooring, and overhead round beam logs. Firewood is stacked in a large floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, opposite the oversized windows that let in lots of natural light.
Located on 25 acres of deeded land with its own 10-acre private lake, the Huston Family Estate offers unparalleled luxury in the heart of the pristine and mythic Chilko Valley in British Columbia, Canada. The tower house is a 2,450-square-foot log structure constructed with a three-story attached tower. Its log cabin design creates a sense of homeyness amidst the estate's upscale amenities.
Rustic wood siding and log beams pair with clean, sleek lines and oversized windows to create a cabin with contemporary style. The home features a stepping stone walkway that leads through mulched landscaping to a lower-level patio.
Soft grays mix with the natural wood tones in this rustic, yet modern cabin retreat. Integrated appliances and a modern island with a sleek waterfall edge bring a streamlined look to the space, while timbered walls and ceiling beams emphasize the home's natural setting and log cabin feel. Windows are strategically placed to allow the chef to enjoy the view while working at the cooking station or sink.
As seen on Rocky Mountain Reno, the couple renovating this log cabin in Minturn, Colorado was interested in bringing both rustic and modern designs together to make the home of their dreams. The clean, white tile, grey stone vanity and grey patterned and mosaic tile, the modern style is greatly represented. To incorporate the rustic design, Trista used natural wood in places like the exposed beams in the ceiling and natural wood baseboards.
The rustic living room of this Wyoming family retreat is oriented to take maximum advantage of the stunning, sweeping view. A raw-edge coffee table mixes with clean-lined furnishings to give the home a modern vibe despite its rustic locale. Meanwhile, a tall stone fireplace and beamed ceiling tie in with the log cabin architecture. The house was designed as a cabin retreat for the owners and their siblings and extended families, and it offers both public and private spaces for relaxation. The home is packed with space but has a cozy cabin feel.
Designing a home for one family can be a challenge, but designing a home to be shared by two brothers’ families? That’s another proposition altogether — and one architect Matthew Collins of Uptic Studios met with the help of an open layout. “The goal of the project was to create a modern log cabin on Coeur D’Alene Lake in North Idaho,” he explains. “Uptic Studios considered the combined occupancy of two families, providing separate spaces for privacy and common rooms that bring everyone together comfortably under one roof. And we not only had to take into account the space itself, but also all of the people who would be living there. One of the brothers in the family is a chef, so we kept that in mind when designing the open kitchen and living room. We made sure to create a common room just off the kitchen, to bring everyone together. A delicate balance of natural materials and custom amenities fill the interior spaces with stunning views of the lake from almost every angle.”
Laura Ingalls Wilder would probably feel right at home. The style of the house is inspired by turn-of-the-century homestead cabins, with stone fireplaces, log walls and kitschy details, like the braided rag rug.