In the words of the owners of this adorable 800-square-foot cabin, “all you need is friends, family and enough room to spend time with them.” A rustic-cabin lover’s dream, this house features large hand-hewn logs, wide chinking and antique finishes that emphasize its woodsy cabin vibe.
Efficient and Sufficient
At less than 1,000 square feet, this charmer maximizes every inch of space. Of note is the sleeping loft (accessed by a ladder, not stairs) perched above the quaint kitchen and wood-fired stove.
Going small is the greatest motivation for getting creative. This 450-square-foot cabin, dubbed “The Totems” thanks to its Native American design influence, uses a glass peaked roof and stair-stepper inspired access to the loft, maximizing both light and space.
Don’t Skip a Beat
A low profile and round-on-round skip-peeled logs create an environment that’s as rugged as it is inviting. The interior doesn’t skimp on modern appointments, while the screened-in porch gives it that bygone-era flair.
Reflecting Good Taste
A house doesn’t have to be huge to be awe-inspiring. The warm glow coming from this cozy cottage is twice as nice as any large log lodge.