When the owners purchased this former camp property with its existing older structures, they had a vision of creating a primary cabin that would be a place to gather and would connect seamlessly with the site.
The spacious screen porch provides a year-round family gathering spot, with windows that allow for screen or glass, depending on the season.
The finished result is a new/old cabin that draws on fresh Scandinavian design influences, timber frame structure, and playful use of color to create a central hub for the next generation at this family camp.
The cabin mixes rustic and contemporary elements that seamlessly blend the re-imagined cabin with the original cabin space and new two-story addition.
The rehabilitated cabin encompasses a living room, dining room, kitchen, and screened porch. The sleeping quarters are tucked into the other living spaces.
The rebuilt cabin features three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, and just over 3,000 square feet of living space. An abundance of space to accommodate family and friends now and in the future.