Adirondack-inspired log cabin set in the breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains


M.T.N Design is responsible for this creating this Adirondack style log cabin, nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia. Built by PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes, handcrafted post and beam logs serve as the structural framework, while providing historical authenticity for this rustic home design.

This 3,788 square foot cabin features handcrafted logs, post and beam construction, stone and reclaimed barn wood to reflect its rustic Georgia location. The structure’s unique style is highlighted by robust log trusses and finishes, which mixes modern style with rustic charm.


What We Love: This handcrafted log cabin features warm and inviting living spaces courtesy of the use of materials of wood and stone. The rugged beauty that surrounds this home only adds to the feeling of relaxation that this home provides. We are especially loving the master bedroom retreat with its cozy atmosphere and rustic-modern aesthetics.

Tell Us: What do you think, would this be your idea of the perfect getaway to enjoy leisure time with family and friends? Please share with us your thoughts in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at another inspiring home tour that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of M.T.N. Design: Tour this stunning rustic timber frame cabin in Steamboat Springs.


Above: A contemporary take on a rustic Adirondack cabin, the living room includes a stone fireplace, metal accents, and twig railing upstairs in the loft which overlooks the space. Triangular windows are framed by an authentic log truss, which brings more natural light into this space.


Above: The mix of rustic textures and modern living is also found within the contemporary kitchen of this log cabin. Materials of stainless steel, jagged stone, smooth granite, sienna stained cabinets, and exposed log posts blend perfectly with the yellow walls.


Above: Incredible views can be found while dining in this rustic log cabin. Or take your meal outside via convenient access to the outdoor patio. 


Above: This screened-in porch provides a shady spot from the elements. Idyllic for enjoying some fresh air, without the annoyance of those pesky bugs that tend to ruin a leisurely game of checkers!





Above: This transitional space on the main level looks at the entry door and features the stairs which lead up to the loft or down to the basement. By designing an open staircase with an eye-catching curve, this space feels more expansive and far more interesting than if the staircase had been enclosed. 


Above: The master suite mixes modern and rustic textures, including; a massive stone fireplace, reclaimed wood ceiling panels, handcrafted log posts & beams, stark white walls, iron accents and traditional Adirondack twig railing in the private loft.


Above: Space within this master bath was laid out in a creative pattern that makes room for a luxury bath as well as a roomy walk-in shower. The dark tones found in the slate and vanity add an interesting contrast to the wood tones and white walls. 


Above: The basement level offers the perfect location for shuffleboard, foosball, and comfortable sofas. Also found on the lower level are access to the porch, and a convenient bunkroom. 



Photos: Roger Wade Studios




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