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A Truely Photogenic Cabin In Washington

No internet. No neighbors. Just miles and miles of trees, hills, and lakes. Sounds so relaxing, doesn't it? We all sometimes need to unwind, and nature can provide the perfect environment for it. Peaceful yet engaging. All you need is a place to sleep. Sure, a tent might do but if you own a patch of land, why not put a cabin on it?

This Colorado Cottage is Only 450 Square Feet

This tiny cabin in Colorado boasts a small foot print of just 250 square feet. See how the owners decked out their tiny cabin with pure cottage style and savvy space-saving ideas.

by Debbie Kane A symbol of American grit and resourcefulness, cabins have long captured our imagination. And as people downsize, the popularity of tiny homes, cabins, and cabin style is …

Be it rustic log homes or New England camps, there’s something about the natural aesthetic of summer cabins that embodies the hygge trend.

Stone House was built in 1990 and was designed in the cottage style of the Normandy region of France. The cottage comprises over one hundred imported reclaimed materials and architectural details.  The sea-weathered appearance of the facade stone is the result of having each stone tumbled by hand. . Custom made for the house, the roof tiles were manufactured using fifty-four subtle different hues.

Stone House was built in 1990 and was designed in the cottage style of the Normandy region of France. The cottage comprises over one hundred imported reclaimed materials and architectural details. The sea-weathered appearance of the facade stone is the result of having each stone tumbled by hand. . Custom made for the house, the roof tiles were manufactured using fifty-four subtle different hues. Still, my favorite part are the books in the window and the pots on the porch. Simple, yet that…