7 Unbelievable Rustic Cabin Makeovers
Often tucked away in a peaceful pocket of nature, far from crowds and chaos, tiny cabins boast huge potential for renovation. Here are seven exceptional rustic cabin makeovers that caught our eye.
Built over 30 years ago by owner and designer Kara Van Dyke's grandfather, this log cabin on a private 20-acre mountain estate near Utah's Uinta National Forest has been revamped into a warm and welcoming holiday rental named A-Frame Haus.
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Working together with MSM Construction, Diana Vincent of High Camp Home has redesigned this 2,700-square-foot cabin in Lake Tahoe, California, with a monochromatic palette.
A DIY renovation by New York City–based couple Danielle and Ely Franko transformed this 1971 Catskills cabin into a cozy holiday rental, now known as The Hunter Greenhouse.
Courtney Poulos, owner of L.A. real estate agency ACME Real Estate, bought and refreshed this 1973 A-frame cabin on a shaded cul-de-sac in Big Bear, California, turning it into a modern home that still retains its rustic, midcentury spirit.
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After purchasing a 1957 abandoned cabin in Joshua Tree, California, for just $7,000, Kathrin and Brian Smirke conducted an extensive DIY remodel, and turned the decaying structure into an airy, 480-square-foot desert retreat.
This rundown cabin in Quebec was lovingly restored and extended by YH2 Architecture, and is now a 1,300-square-foot modern home.