Cabin Retreat

The landscape of this historic log cabin on a wooded site needed an update to reflect how the owners use the site. We created a new entry arbor, pool terrace and outdoor dining area, added walks and landscaping. A large lawn area was converted to meadow to attract wildlife and engage the surrounding woods.
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Constructed of cedar and copper tubing, this entry arbor serves as a gateway to a rustic log cabin and its grounds. Photo by Peggy Briedenbach Wahle
“Love wisteria!” — mandyclucas
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This built-in grill and countertop anchor one end of the cabin's outdoor dining space. A cedar pergola provides shade and visually ties the stone terrace to the architecture. Photo by M.J. Meneley
“Nice” — Angela Warden
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This outdoor dining terrace provides space for the family to enjoy the serenity of their wooded site. The cedar pergola brings the vocabulary of the log cabin out into the landscape. Photo by M.J. Meneley
“Patio” — clwoods01
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The new cedar pergola blends seamlessly with the existing log cabin and provides scale and shade on the south side of the retreat. Photo by M.J. Meneley
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This outdoor dining terrace provides space for the family to enjoy the serenity of their wooded site. The cedar pergola brings the vocabulary of the log cabin out into the landscape. Planted limestone paths with grass joints lead to a pool terrace in the landscape. Photo by M.J. Meneley
“Good compromise between straight and angled ends” — emmabellantonio
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