34,535 cabin Home Design Photos

Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
4 Reviews
25,000 SF of Luxury
Ideabooks8,109
Questions7
Cabin look...Cabin beds...Cabin upgrade
“Hanging lantern” — ch2370
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
Ideabooks2,302
Questions1
Cabin - pine walls with dark floors.
Perfect getaway cabin
Guest cabin...tiny cabin...Neat little cabin...Cabin 4
“Design” — belle_fire
Lohss Construction
The Pointe
Ideabooks3,044
Questions2
Cabin living
gorgeous log cabin...Log cabin...Cabin fireplace...Cabin like...Cabin life!...Cabin living room
“this has been me” — Bev Storey
Smallwood Design & Construction Inc.
Craftsman Lodge
Ideabooks1,126
Questions1
OH wow! My cabin in the woods.
Shannon. cabin in the woods
Log Cabin...cabin photo...A ranch cabin idea...Cabin home
“cedar strip” — spinal69
Traditional Kitchen
Ideabooks3,667
Questions3
Want this setup in my log cabin home someday.
Stainless steel plus wood for cabin
Cabin Kitchen...Log cabin beams...Kitchen for cabin
“Sink next to stove w counter in between” — lalincia
Nigel Walker and Associates Inc
1 Review
Ravens Wood Whistler BC
Ideabooks43,604
Questions9
Cabin in the woods.....love the skylights
Log cabin look, fireplace
Log cabin look...Love the cabin look...Cabin idea...Log cabin
“Everything” — lizeth25
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
New Fork Social Club
Ideabooks2,475
Questions3
hall is similar to our cabin
The hallway wall is made of hand-hewn, square-cut Douglas fir logs — a reference to the house's log cabin inspiration. Rather than cutting out big glass window walls all over this home, Logan and his team strategically placed key windows for the optimum viewpoints.
The hallway wall is made of hand-cut, square Douglas fir logs – a reference to the house’s log cabin inspiration. Rather than cutting out big glass window walls all over this home, Logan and his team strategically placed key windows for the optimum
“LOVE THE FLOORS” — jfazzio
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks32,230
Questions19
Channel the cabin lookThis small home sports a minimal version of the country look, but study it closely and many of the key country ingredients are visible. There is
burning stove and a simple dresser. Most of the wood panelled walls are painted white, for a crisp, light feel, and the overall effect is perhaps more cabin in the woods, than cottage in a village.Take a tour of this Oregon summer house.
“foyer wall” — elisebuller
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