From the outside, this little cabin looks adorable but small - really small. The interior surprises you though with a creative use of space, and cozy corners that you'll just love curling up in.
When you're not out exploring the wilderness just past the front porch, you'll probably be whipping up a meal in the modern kitchen, enjoying said meal with family in the nook, or curled up in the loft with a good book. This home may be short on space, but it makes it all up with character and thriftiness. Take the tour of this little Sugar Magnolia cabin and see for yourself.
Once you step inside, you realize this cabin isn't all that small - and that's in part due to those lofty ceilings. Painting the walls and ceilings this bright white keeps the space feeling open, but adding the touches of natural wood in the beadboard and the floor incorporates the cabin style we love.
Off of the kitchen is this pretty little nook by the window. We love the cool blues and grays they've used here because they contrast against the warm wood so well. It also keeps this space feeling clean, open, and totally modern.
Isn't this just the best little reading nook? By day, you can sit right in this window-lit corner and engross yourself in your favorite book. By night, you can sit by the lamp with a glass of wine and unwind with your favorite magazine.
Directly next to the reading nook is the first 'bedroom.' It might look like a tight space, but that's a queen-sized bed in there! They've kept this cozy corner feeling open with nice white walls, and that window overhead.
Up top is the loft - also boasting a queen-sized bed. We guarantee kids would love having their own secluded space that overlooks the entire cabin. Here, you can also get a glimpse at the great attention to detail the designers have put into this home. Right in the banister, they've carved these fish and trees to resemble the nature just outside - what a beautiful touch!
Blue Moon Rising, a vacation rental property in Deep Creep Lake, Maryland, was founded by Lisa M. Jan in 2008 and features over a dozen cabins available to rent out – including the Sugar Magnolia here.
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