Here are a few pics that inspire me. And - I have to share this downright breathtaking website I came across. It's called...eeks...Cabin Porn. I promise it's safe to click on it. :) They show photos from all over the world of the most amazing, breathtaking, unique cabin dwellings. I've never seen anything like it. And for anyone else wanting to head to the Hudson Valley or the Catskills, here's a great article from the NY Times about city dwellers getting a second home.
You can see that the interior of this place is 100% move-in ready.
Yep, wouldn't need to change a thing. :)
(House to Home...a NY barn conversion.)
I think I might want to try blogging from that room. (Allandale House by William O'Brien)
I'd take a fireplace over a parking space in the city. That's saying a LOT. :)
(Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects via Sunset)
Tuck, tuck, tuck, tuck. (Meggie Lynne)
I bet this place comes with fireflies. (Kevin Shea Adams)
HOT TUUUB!! :)
A couple of tricycles are in order here. (Dwell)
I would totally want to make tin-foil dinners in that. (BHG)
We are totally ok with small spaces around here. :) And lawns.
(MINI HOUSE 2.0 by Swedish architect Jonas Wagell and Sommarnöjen)
Come on over for our annual clam bake! (leastofthese)
I bet that ladder goes to something awesome. (RUM)
I don't need the rest of the house. Just that room. (Our Little Big House)
Such a perfect combination of colors. (habitually chic)
Brooklyn friends, let's co-op these things and all move in! (Clara Orh)
You can see the rest of my cottage inspiration that I've been ridiculously collecting here. :)