Well, this is that... house style. I'm suddenly obsessed with log cabins.
A few weeks ago, the Mr. and I were looking at a house that didn't quite fit our parameters and our real estate agent asked, "how do you feel about log cabins?" Both us admitted we had never really given it much thought before, so she agreed to send me the link for the cabin she had in mind.
I checked it out and decided that I am totally in love with log cabins... they are awesome.
Here is why they really fit the bill:
1. They generally tend to be in the middle of no-where, far back off the road.
2. They have a warm rustic look and feel that says, "I am not just 4 walls"
3. (still related to #2) There is nothing cookie-cutter about them
4. (also kinda related to #2) They "feel" like something. To me, a farmhouse feels like spring - a log cabin feels like a cozy winter by the fireside.
5. The cabin shown above is a. the right price, b. has a ton of land and c. has some non-log walls inside.
So here are some additional photos of the cabin above that I have started to obsess over.
So... yeah, it's pretty outdated. BUT if you didn't know... that's exactly the kind of thing Dan was hoping for. Also, yes, I can totally see that it is a TON of wood in that master. And it is totally possible that I would get real sick of all the wood.
Pinterest to the rescue:
While I think part of the charm of a log cabin is the actual logs, I do think it could be overwhelming, and white washing a few walls or painting an accent wall could really lighten things up, don't you think?
And, as you may have noticed, there aren't any wood floors. So there is the option to put in very pale wood floors or lighter carpets to keep things from being too dark.
Don't like that cabin? Here's another one to consider:
We expect to check out both options next week, so stayed tuned!