DIY Network Blog Cabin 2009: Beautiful Room Pictures
Photo By: Jeffery Romaniuk
A mountaintop getaway takes its cue from nature, with a muted green exterior color palette and “intuitive” landscaping, which utilizes indigenous plants, landscape rocks sourced at Little Pine and natural pathways.
A cozy foyer — with hand-hewn barn beam ceilings and rustic accents — sets the stage for drama that unfolds as one nears the expansive great room complete with living and dining areas.
An open design and state-of-the-art appliances paired with traditional cabinetry and lodge-inspired appointments prove a winning combination in this hard-working cooking space, ideal for entertaining.
Living Room and Dining Room
An open sunlight-filled space – grounded by dark wood beams and hickory flooring – accommodates both casual gatherings and dining. A wall of floor-to-ceiling windows blurs the lines between indoors and out.
Warmed by a wood-burning fireplace, this outdoor space accommodates both casual mealtimes and intimate conversations. Natural flow to and from the great room and easy access to the backyard make this the perfect perch for guests.
Antique-style furnishings comingled with modern and folk art transform this first-floor space into a cozy getaway. A color palette of soft greens and blues connects the interiors to picturesque exterior views.
A tapestry of limestone tile and neutral cabinetry surrounds the luxurious VibrAcoustic tub in this spa-like space. An oversized vanity with his-and-hers sinks, crisp white linens and thoughtful appointments make a stylish statement.
A lodge-style atmosphere and classic bunk beds make this ceiling-top escape an ideal getaway for kids of all ages. A reading nook and fun accessories pull the rustic cabin theme together.
A second-floor escape marries fun casual fabrics with heirloom-quality furnishings fit for a grand estate. A window with retractable shutters provides guests with a bird's-eye view of the first floor.
Basement Living Room
An informal clubhouse theme — with decor inspired by local sports and recreations — draws attention to the lower-floor living room, which is conducive to large crowds and also offers cozy nooks for quiet conversations.
A sleek understated design, state-of-the-art appliances and neutral cabinetry combine in this compact kitchen, brightened with colorful artwork and vintage-style posters.
Whether inviting friends over for poker night or to watch the big game, this versatile, rustic-chic retreat offers homeowner and guests a place to kick back and relax.
Complete with flagstone-paved courtyard and covered patio, the backyard provides a peaceful haven ideal for entertaining guests. A handyman's workshop is tucked away in a covered port, but within easy reach should creativity call.
A haven in the woods, this custom-built home, inspired by the exterior design of Blog Cabin, is supported by and built around trees growing up through Little Pine’s dense forest floor.