A "Swing Bed" and a Swan Range view. Locati Architects.
Private forest service lookout replica in Montana, Centennial Timber Frames
The interior of a lookout tower. Centennial Timber Frames
Old logs get a new life in this Idaho guest cabin. Lone Star Interior Design.
A repurposed tack shed becomes a bunk house. The Jarvis Group.
A "canvas tent" bedroom.
A lush and rustic theater room in Montana. Centennial Timber Frames.
Logs, stone, original charm.
A fold up bed saves room in this wee cabin in the woods. Montana Creative Architecture + Design.
A cozy porch offers shelter from the weather of this cabin which utilizes 100 year old water salvaged logs and bark clad cedar posts. Bigfork Builders.
A barn sided with live edge wood offers fun, games, and quarters for guests. Bigfork Builders.
A backyard "Man Shack" with rustic touches still provides all the comforts. The Old Wagon Wheel.
168 sf is all you really need to enjoy life.
A vintage basement with "copper" ceiling and stained concrete floor. The Old Wagon Wheel.
Flat faced logs and reclaimed wood surround the vintage bathroom. Montana Log Homes.
A glass wall of wonder brightens up the gable end of a remodel lake cabin.
Dining booth at the edge of the woods. Lone Star Interior Design.
A cozy cabin tucked into the hillside in Montana. Dick Anderson Construction. CTA Architects.
Hand-hewn posts and beams frame a sleeping nook. PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes.