The busy city lives might be stressful and boring. We need a space to escape and unwind form all the things related to a crowded life. Some people go to a beach and others just stay for a white in a cabin. However, we should have a cabin that will not only a building to take a rest but boost our mood and rise up our spirit.
In this A-frame cabin, you will neither bored nor stress because of the atmosphere of this vacation house that so calm and relaxing. Look at this dec with outdoor seating that will be great to hold a party and other personal events.
This area gives us a warm feeling because of the trees around. It has an outdoor seating area with two chairs and a unique table. Spending time here with your spouse and talk about an easy conversation will be nice. The glass windows let us see the glimpses of this cabin’s interior design.
With an open floor layout, this area shows us the kitchen, dining nook, and living space. We love the exposed beams that add more texture to the ceiling with white color. The floor is done in light wooden flooring that seems so warm and more welcoming.
Here is a closer look at the kitchen that done in a simple design with white bricks island. The grey lines add more texture. There are open wooden shelves that continue to the beams. We adore how the designer put on the dining seating on the nook near windows that help this area to attain more natural light.
Then, here is the part of living area which provides a space for a traditional fireplace. We love the design that so traditional but simple with a wooden logs storage, a basket of branches, and a potted plant. It has fur as well for the one who wants to take closer to the fireplace.
Look at the bedroom that designed in a symmetrical style. You will get your better dream here at night. A mirror on the wall functions to reflect the light that keeps this area bright and airy.
In this space located near the window, you can read a book or just listen to a piece of music. We love the hanging rattan chair with a pillow that looks so boho. So, what do you think?