A playful arrangement of native stone with contrasting log and timber el- ements, the storybook cabin that follows is loaded with charm. Oversize stone chimneys anchor each end of this enchanting design from Johnson Architecture in Knoxville,Tennessee.
Country/Civil War Era Stairs: this is a very classic use of wide beams. They were used as support beams, columns, anchor walls as well as stairs due to their hearty thickness. Very few homes kept that aspect, even historical homes. Very clever.
Located in Shafer, Minnesota, this adorable 384 sq. ft. cabin is called the Practice House for a reason. It was built by a couple who wanted to fine tune their building skills before constructing their own permanent home.