This lakeside cabin offers plenty of outdoor living area.
Owning a vacation lake home is, for most people, a dream come true. But now you have to sustain that dream, and that means protecting it even when you are not there. When vacation’s over, it’s time you close up for the season. So what should you do to ensure that when your family returns months, or […]
Expert tips for choosing the right deck for your waterfront. By Brent Coleman & Ernest Lorensson, Cabin Living Magazine Lakeside living is great, but most people agree that actually getting out onto the lake makes it better. Landscaping a lakefront cabin typically includes putting in a dock that will help you reach deeper water to allow […]
A retirement cabin dream come true. Story by Melissa Mylchreest, Cabin Living Magazine Photos by Neumann Photography Nestled into the base of the Selkirk Mountains and perched on the northwest shore of Lake Pend Oreille, the little town of Sandpoint, Idaho, truly boasts the best of both worlds. With world-class skiing out the back door […]
Design inspiration for outfitting the lakefront & storing your cabin’s gear for the water. By Janice Brewster, Cabin Living Fun on the water often comes with lots of gear – from boats to life jackets, skis to sails, paddles to deck chairs. A boathouse or waterfront storage building can help protect your water toys, put […]
By Kelli Wegscheid, AIA Architect and Owner of Harmonious Architecture We’ve all seen it — a new lake home that sticks out like a sore thumb as you drive along the lakeshore. A “city house” awkwardly squished in with the lake cabins. We are accustomed to seeing the small, sometimes run-down (I mean well-loved) lake […]
Great outdoor furniture for kicking back at the cabin. By Lisa Readie Mayer, Cabin Living Magazine 1. It’s Nap Time Somewhere Lazy cabin afternoon? This sturdy hammock is big enough for a nap for two, and the comfy built-in cushion will have you drifting off to dreamland in no time. Pillowtop Hammock, www.hatterashammocks.com 2. Perfect […]
Sheri and Gerry Weber turned a dark and dinky 500-square-foot cabin into an airy retreat, without expanding the New Hampshire home’s footprint. By Sharlene Breakey, Country Living Little House on the lake… When Sheri and Gerry Weber went in search of a place to put their boats, the two already owned an 1835 Cape-style house […]