House in the woods
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Two fun loving designers turn an A-frame cabin in the woods into a modern icon in the making. See how they did it and get some inspo.
Rorke Clontz saved to cabin
Modernist architecture has the best public relations managers since the name itself evokes notions like “contemporary” or “current,” while brutalism sounds like a metal band struggling to create an adjective. While quite recent, modernism isn’t defined by being “new,” rather, it’s a design philosophy that celebrates experimentation and rejects rules.
Renee Morton saved to House styles
Above a babbling creek, a vintage weekend cabin in northern California got modernized without sacrificing period details. How? Sonoma-based architect Amy A
Corinna Wells saved to Lake House
We’re crushing on this dreamy Sorrento camp compound.
Rocky saved to Cabin Love ♡
Tour inside this design-forward Airbnb nestled away in the Sonoma redwoods. You'll want to jump on booking this a-frame.
Jill Nannenga saved to A frame house plans
Explore 23 of the best treehouse Airbnb rentals in the U.S., from the Pacific Northwest to Carolinas and everywhere in between.
Cara Williams saved to travel
Out with the white, in with the walnut — or teak, or reclaimed oak, or whatever species suits your timber-trussed fancy. This year, the Western architectural staple branches back into trendsetting territory. "Reclaimed materials give a sense of permanence and inherent history,” architect John Lauman of JLF Architects says. In a kitchen of his design in Jackson, Wyoming, reclaimed oak cabinets and hand-hewn ceiling timbers imbue the light-filled contemporary space with cabin-like nostalgia…
Modern lines and casual living make this lake house blend into the environment. #lakehouse #lakeliving #alabama #interiordesign #southernliving
john saved to Cool houses
All things have a purpose and function. However, some objects are so peculiar, so strange, and so weird that it takes amateur detectives and internet occultists to decipher their meaning. The ‘What Is This Thing’ subreddit is a treasure trove of everyday artifacts whose purpose was lost to the world… until Reddit’s resident Sherlock Holmeses took a look at them and explained exactly what people were looking at.
Russell Collett saved to What?
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?
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