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Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
The shape is what I envision for our cabin lot that slopes down to the water.
Mountain cabin...lil cabin...hunting cabin
“Terracing.” — marciakite
Rustic Dining Room
Many sets from Old-West movies are all about cabin-style interiors. That description may immediately scream "man cave," but it doesn't have to. Dark tones layered upon one another can be super sophisticated. Also, since cabins usually have some utilitarian use to them, it's common to see tools hung on
“Light” — 8187aug
Michelle Fries, BeDe Design, LLC
2 Reviews
Michelle Fries
I would like to build a sleeping porch off of the side of our cabin, but am restricted by property line set-backs. I only have about 7 or 8 feet in width and 15 feet in length to work with. I don't want it to look
@Michelle, you just sold me a Fairbuilt Striped Cabin Blanket--this color isn't available but that's okay. Thank you so much for your research. Now about the flowered throw... (Just kidding ;p)
Rustic sleeping porch just right for cabin.
The screened-in porch off this log cabin has cozy, rustic appeal.
“Screened porch ideas” — kellymilam62
RMT Architects
8 Reviews
Cruz Cabin
Great cabin in the woods
Cruz Cabin...Cabin porch...cabin look...Cabin Screen Porch...Cabin, sofa...windows for cabin...cabin vibe...Country cabin
“Comfortable” — Michelle Hayes Ragsdale
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Exterior Deck
Hi I am getting ready to make a cabin with an amazing view on one side. I am trying to evaluate the dimensions of the porch. Yeah bigeer is the idea but I am trying to balance functionality /price. can you post another view of these wonderful cabins and how wide are the porches
My dream cabin on the lake
This is one part of a system of multilevel decks that connect the cabins in this camp. I love the view of the forest with the lake shining through the trees.
15. This is one part of a system of multi-level decks that connect the cabins in this camp. I love the view of the forest with the lake sparkling through the trees.
“Two Cottages” — mhcrooks
FINNE Architects
24 Reviews
Mazama Guest Cabin
The Mazama Cabin is located at the end of a beautiful meadow in the Methow Valley, on the east slope of the North Cascades Mountains in Washington state. The 1500 SF cabin is a superb place for a weekend get-a-way, with a garage below and compact living space above. The roof is “lifted” by a continuous
characterized by sustainable cedar siding and recycled metal roofing; the walls and roof have 40% higher insulation values than typical construction. The cabin will become a guest house when the main house is completed in late 2012.
facing south to let in sunlight (with a northern roof pitch) or if the roof is facing south so that it melts the snow off? We are trying to design a cabin with a view that is primarily to the south so we would like to do this style of structure but aren't sure a north facing roof is good for heavy snow
“modern sick” — noah1401
Michelle Fries, BeDe Design, LLC
2 Reviews
Michelle Fries
Add to cabin front?
or these cabin windows
Cabin porch...Cabin swing...Cabin deck
“should we screen in part of the porch to be bug proof?” — jdmcguir
Brillo Home Improvements
3 Reviews
Waukesha Lower Level
Love the whole cabin look
country cabin in the woods
Cabin look....For cabin...Cabin look...Cabin feel
“Floor nice” — decogirl99
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