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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

31 Days of Decorating with Junk: Kris’s Cabin Tour


Remember KrisHer house is next to her in-laws, and there is also a small cabin on the property, used when family comes to visit.  I asked (demanded) to be let in for a tour, and of course, Kris obliged.
cozy guest cabin

Like Kris’s house, the cabin is completely heated with woodburning stoves.

woodburning stove

There is a small kitchenette…

cabin kitchenette

…and a dining room open to the living room.

cabin dining room

The whole cabin was so warm and cozy feeling – Kris’s family uses it for for family gatherings, and it’s easy to imagine them all hanging out in this space for the holidays.

cabin family room

And if it gets a little too crowded inside, the gorgeous porch with willow furniture offers a little respite from the hubbub inside.

cabin porch willow furniture
What an amazing space!  My favorite thing is the big leather sectional.  What’s yours?

This post is part of 31 Days of Decorating with Junk: Vintage, Antique and Unique for your Home and Garden.

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1 comment:

  1. How neat! I would love to have something where family could easily gather.

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