Peek inside: The interior of this simple log cabin is perfection

Log cabin culture is wrapped up in the back-to-basics lifestyle. It is the idea of getting away from it all and immersing yourself in nature, with simple living spaces which complement outdoors adventures.
Heritage Log Cabin by Conestoga Log Cabins has a simple floor plan which covers 580 square feet (53.9 square meters), encompassing one bedroom and one bathroom. The cabin has a loft for storage, a large 6-foot (1.8-meter) porch, and a den which is an ideal office or could house a fold-out bed.
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Shall we take a look inside this great little cabin?
The living room is a large open space, finished with an attractive shade of wood paneling. The room benefits from plenty of circulating fresh air in the vaulted ceiling.
The kitchen has a simple, rustic finish, with natural, untreated cabinetry. A full collection of modern appliances makes the room perfectly functional for preparing meals.
Despite only cover 580 square feet, the floor plan is well-proportioned to offer plenty of space in each room.
The bedroom can easily house the kind of chunky, robust furniture which perfectly matches the rustic lifestyle.
Again, the bathroom does not suffer from a lack of floor space. It is comfortably sized and is complete with modern white fittings.
The front porch is a feature which every log home should have. Heritage Log Cabin has a generous 6-foot porch which is the ideal place to sit and enjoy the stillness of your surroundings.
To get a better impression of the house, here is the floor plan:
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This is the second floor loft space:
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