Paneled walls, a coffered ceiling and a cozy fireplace add to the ski chalet ambiance of this luxurious log cabin in Avon, Colorado. The rustic living space features comfortable seating and stone accents.
In the living room, a stone fireplace made from pale-colored stones makes a beautiful focal point on one wall. Firewood also becomes part of the decor, the stacked logs adding texture from a corner cubby.
A trio of mounted shelves display fun and colorful children's books below beautiful baby photographs in cream-matted frames. The neutral wall creates a calm backdrop and a log seat is a unique and decorative seat for reading.
Log slice pavers create a rustic walkway through this beautiful garden. A pergola structure provides a bit of shade for the raised garden below, but also serves as the wall for a vertical garden to maximize space.
A white brick fireplace bisects the living area portion of this home's main floor, creating two seating areas both with prime fire viewing . A rectangular cutout in the wall stores logs and turns them into an evolving visual display.
Off the great room in this Craftsman-style home is a cozy reading lounge, complete wiht comfortable gray sectional, simple bar cart for making a drink and organic log coffee tables. The space is surrounded by walls of windows for stunning views of the lake.
Designer Shane Inman uses metallic accents in this contemporary living room giving it an opulent allure. The wall fireplace sets the stage with a built in log storage area, while the metallic accents compliment the lavishness and produce a glamorous vibe throughout the sitting area.
The "Earth House" sauna is constructed with stone, log timbers and a green roof, which hosts a combination of dwarf evergreens and ornamental grasses. The stone walls give the sauna a solid, grounded appearance and an artistic, craftsman quality. It was built by Outdoor Craftsmen, a Colorado company.
This earthy bedroom features a blend of orange, brown and neutral color accents with wooden decor, like the log leaning against the wall. Orange bed linens and leaf-patterned throw pillows decorate the bed, while a pair of glass pane doors leads the way to the outdoor covered porch.
This restaurant is contemporary and modern, clad in wood and earth tones. Large windows open up the space, which is important when darker colors and materials are used. Built-in booths on both walls plus leather upholstered chairs create a cozy environment, key in making diners comfortable during log meals.
This charming great room wows with high ceilings, industrial metal supports and exposed ductwork. Stone walls give the space an Old World feel, yet contemporary sofas and animal hide chairs bring an amazing, updated element. Space to store logs near the fireplace is both functional and decorative, and the TV above the fireplace makes this room truly multipurpose.
As seen on HGTV's Elbow Room, Chip Wade and his team successfully combined the Overdyke family's screened in porch with their family room to create this giant, contemporary living room. By adding an all glass wall, Chip has been able to retain the natural light of the outdoors while adding modern luxuries such as the plush furniture and gas log fireplace.
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.
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 little reading nook is my favorite vignette. It is my client's favorite spot in the house. She has her morning coffee there daily. The chair was hers but the shelves were added to have storage and interest go up the wall and showcase their family pictures and items I sourced in flea markets all over Atlanta! The pouf and blanket were "must haves" from the very beginning.