Light, white and bright was the theme of this space. Logs were brought in from Minnesota to cut and stack the fireplace in an artistic way (who knew you couldn't find these in California!), giving the perfect balance to the room and creating a natural, organic layer to the old, never used fireplace.
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.
Embrace the aging process. The brown and gray tones of the seasoned logs that Georgia designer Monica Stewart stacked next to this outdoor dining table ties into the patina of the table, without having to repaint or redo the legs to freshen up the look.
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.
A wide-open living room features soaring dimensions, sturdy cross beams and a stacked stone fireplace that rises to the peaked ceiling, driving home the log cabin ambiance of this Wyoming vacation retreat. The project was a cabin retreat for the owners and their siblings and extended families in Jackson Hole. A rustic, wood-sheathed entryway and wagon wheel chandelier mix with clean-lined furnishings for an updated, yet rusticated feel.
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.