Master Deck Pictures From Blog Cabin 2012

Sliding-glass doors lead from the master bedroom to a private deck, where all-weather chaises and built-in benches offer seating.

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Sliders lead from the master bedroom to its own dedicated portion of the back deck, which may be enjoyed from early morning to late night.

Two additional dining chairs, nestled underneath master bathroom windows, carve out a cozy conversation nook.

Cage sconces, an outdoor lighting style selected by online voters, flank the master bedroom entrance. The nautical motif complements the home's midcoast Maine location.

The expansive deck offers a built-in seating option for those who prefer quiet conversations away from the home's most social outdoor spaces.

A mini-split high efficiency heat pump installed in the master bedroom offers both heating and cooling. The outdoor inverter-driven compressor system uses precise amounts of energy to cool or heat the interior space.

Dramatic spikes of Foxglove provide an essential dose of color in midsummer. The low-maintenance biennials will self-seed and spread throughout the backyard landscape.

Prior to the construction of Blog Cabin 2012 in the late 1880s, a rustic log cabin located near the water's edge housed the original owner and his family.

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