The $4000 Log Cabin HOW TO Build It

The $4000 Log Cabin HOW TO Build It

Before you walk into this cozy A-Frame cabin in the Redwoods, you may look at the simple exterior and see only a basic old cabin with bits of green moss beginning to crawl up the sides and wood beginning to blacken from the years of standing in a moist environment. What you won't see until you step foot inside the doors is the bright and spacious interior designed and loved by the owners. The interior windows shine with the lights of the sky (day or night) starting through the front entrances' geometric window masterpiece. There is nothing like natural light shining into the your home regardless of where you live, but even more impressive when you are surrounded by some of the oldest and most impressive trees in the world.

The house is simple but set up in a way that works. After seeing the brilliant use of shelving space under the central staircase you will begin to wonder why you have not started your own under-stair shelf work. With A Frames, it is important to find the right kind of furniture that will not crowd and overwhelm, since the angled direction of the wall already make an illusion of the wall coming in. The furniture has to be small and sleek and functional. The home sleep 2 guests and makes for the perfect retreat for an artist. Located just outside of San Francisco (45 minutes to be precise), you are not too far from the action. The drive along the north of San Francisco is spectacular and well worth adding this little getaway to your bucket list.

If you dream of spending time in this cozy A-Frame in the image, then lucky you since this quaint sanctuary home is in fact listed on a rental site called Air BnB..see the link below.

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