Rustic Mt. Hood Cabin Remodel

The owners of a 1930's cabin at the base of Mt. Hood were expanding the front portion of their vacation home, adding a mudroom, a master bedroom and a full bathroom.
Rustic Cabin - Sleeping Loft
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The upstairs sleeping loft was originally very dark, so we concealed numerous track fixtures in the open beam ceiling. We finished off the space with period-inspired reading lights over the cabin’s original beds.
“Camas y techo” — cxcalero
Rustic Cabin - Bathroom
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We concealed the toilet behind a low "pony" wall. The towel "shelf" was created by the clients’ son-in-law from a bench that was left in original cabin.
“Toilet privacy wall” — zulustevens
Rustic Cabin - Bathroom
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This spacious shower is easily 3 times the size of the cabin's original one, a necessity for the owners' large extended family.
“like the shower and vanity” — pisom01
Rustic Cabin - Bathroom
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The new bathroom needed to accommodate multiple people, so I designed a vanity with plenty of drawers. My clients found the tall green cabinet at an antique shop in the area.
“cabinet and wall” — amyb667032
Rustic Cabin
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The owners of a 1930's cabin at the base of Mt. Hood were expanding the front portion of their vacation home, adding a mudroom, a master bedroom and a full bathroom.
“Green trim on windows, door” — mcbell
Rustic Cabin
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The original kitchen badly needed updating to better accommodate this large family’s needs. Leaving the original range and refrigerator in the same place, we replaced all the cabinetry, extended the wood floor from the adjacent dining room, and boosted the light levels with two period-style ceiling fixtures.
“wood stove and cabinets?” — revted47
Rustic Cabin - Galley Kitchen
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The farmhouse sink and period-style pendant light fixture blend perfectly with the 1930's feel of the original space.
“Kim” — gobluesha
Rustic Cabin - Master Bedroom
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This Wabash crate top was left in the cabin by the original builder/owners. We made it into a focal point by "framing" it with beautiful period-style Tiffany wall sconces.
“beautiful wood.” — Alyssa Johnsen
Rustic Cabin - Master Bedroom
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In order to maximize storage without limiting the bedroom’s footprint, I designed an armoire that is recessed into the wall. This keeps luggage and clothing out of site but within easy reach.
“hooks” — christinep0912
Rustic Cabin - Master Bedroom
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The new master bedroom offers my clients a simple, rustic but cozy space to sleep. The windows offer ample natural light as well as a beautiful view.
“like the look” — ackuehl
Rustic Cabin - Entry/Mudroom
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The clients wanted to keep the cabin’s original front door, so we left it in its original position and converted it to a pocket door.
“Slider classic door” — Jared Taylor
Rustic Cabin - Entry/Mudroom
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The mudroom offers ample cubby storage for all-weather gear, plus some closed cabinets for larger off-season supplies.
“Mudroom” — skiholmms
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