Modern CabinModern Bedroom, Burlington

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Jean Oldham wrote:Feb 14, 2016
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    Joan Heaton Architects

    800 square feet.

  • Jean Oldham

    Thank you. This cabin would be perfect for my brother. Small, simple, easy to care for with a terrific bathroom!

lula_hudson wrote:Dec 14, 2015
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    Joan Heaton Architects

    The drapes and shades are from the Shade Store.

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    Candlelight Draperies and Shading Systems specializes in manual and motorized draperies and shades for tall and wide window areas. The website is

    You can contact them at 949-481-4300

nursinaz1 wrote:Nov 23, 2013
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    Joan Heaton Architects
    The floor is polished concrete.
  • nursinaz1
    Yes! I LOVE IT! What products/colors were used?
Vicki Handler wrote:Nov 30, 2017
Marco Construction wrote:Aug 31, 2014
bluebird5100 wrote:Jan 13, 2014
hillymal wrote:Aug 1, 2012
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    Joan Heaton Architects
    The curtain rod is from the Shade Store. It is mounted on the ceiling.
rhondawyszynski wrote:Feb 10, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Becky Harris added this to Cabin Collection: 5 Modern Cabins Across the U.S.May 7, 2012

    The bedroom is part of the wide-open floor plan, but the curtains can be pulled for privacy.

    Dana Miller added this to Ditch a Door to Open a SpaceApr 23, 2012

    This small modern cabin makes the most of natural light by using as few interior walls as possible. Simple floor-to-ceiling panels separate the bedroom from the main living space at night and allow tons of sunlight to pour into the bedroom during daylight hours.Tell us: Have you ditched a door? Share a photo below.More:Letting It All Hang Out: The Beauty of Open ShelvingBlended Doors for Standout Style

    Lawrence Karol added this to Houzz Tour: Bright, Polished Vermont CabinMar 7, 2012

    To give the bedroom a cozier feel, the ceiling was dropped and drywall was used instead of wood. Drapes provide privacy.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    K L added this to Wish ListJun 12, 2019

    I think I don't like the rod showing. maybe there's a type of cornice that could conceal it

    Kathleen Volp added this to Kathleen's ideasApr 19, 2019

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