Take a look at this rustic charmer!!
For thirty years, John and Carolyn Malone poured their heart and soul into their Antebellum dwelling near Madison, Georgia.
I love the charm of each room with its reclaimed wood and rustic one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture - this is my dream cabin!
all images via Garden and Gun
I'm sold - I'm moving in!!
Talk about a couple with amazing taste!
I hope you're all having an amazing week so far!
Wow! How do you feel about a roommate? I have never considered myself a "cabin girl" but this post may have just changed that!ReplyDelete
I would SO LIVE HERE.ReplyDelete
I love, love, love this cabin. Puts my Bunk House to shame. click hereReplyDelete
I would defiantly live there. Thank you for sharing.
If you are going to do cabin fever, this is the way to do it. My favorite part? the white floors. Clean and beautiful.ReplyDelete
Un charme infini, intemporel ...ReplyDelete
it IS fabulous, desiree!ReplyDelete
i could so relax here.
WOW! So wonderful! I have never seen a cabin quite like this before!ReplyDelete
oh my gosh, this is my dream! Each picture is better than the next...ReplyDelete
My husband has been begging for a cabin...I think I'm on board now! :)
LOve the style and what a beautifully peaceful place to be:)ReplyDelete
Hope you are having a good week
Absolutely pitch perfect - do you thing there was a small mountain of unphotogenic necessities (like bedside lights) piled behind the camera? Doesn't matter, who wouldn't love it!ReplyDelete
God this reminds me of my grandparents cabin complete with the rickity bed up in the attic.ReplyDelete
What a SPACE (screams comfy home, doesn't it) I would love to 'run-away' to a spot like that any time! Madison is so beautiful and that house is just fitting!ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing.
I am in love withthis place........how wonderful, serene, calming and rustically elegant. This is just the kind of place I fantasize about escaping too!ReplyDelete
Hi, I just found your blog on Pinterest. Love your style, love this cabin! Can't wait to read the rest of your blog.ReplyDelete
Splended coverage of a wonderful country place. One correction, though: it is a log HOUSE, not a log CABIN. The distinction is that the logs of a log house have been "planked," or cut to be flat, on the exterior and interior sides; and the logs are joined at the corners with one or other of several variations of sometimes complex notches. That took a lot of skilled work and indicates that the builder intended the structure to last for a long time (which it has). In contrast, a log cabin is constructed of round logs that are simply saddle-notched at the corners; this is more temporary shelter. (One of the scholarly books on log houses is THE UPLAND SOUTH by Terry Jordan.)ReplyDelete
Again, thanks for providing a great view of a this log house.