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This ski cabin with rustic, barn inspired interiors is full of innovative ideas in design.

Located in Sugar Bowl, Lake Tahoe, CA and architecturally designed by Robert Kelly Architects Designs. and interiors by Sally Ward, this eco-friendly winter wonderland has an old world charm that is often found in vintage and industrial pieces.

This is a place that inspires for its originality and natural beauty. I hope you you enjoy seeing it as much as I did.

Ski Cabin Design with Rustic Interiors

This is a new house. The concept was that it should look like it was there before the ski resort was built.

What about that chimney cap?

This kitchen is so original and pretty! I love its French-country flair

Sink and faucet are vintage pieces found on Craig list. Yes, really!

This is a large kitchen but it carries a practical layout. It feels nice and open, functional but friendly. Open cabinets are great when there are a lot of guests. There are two dishwashers,two refrigerators, and a 5 long range.

Countertop is slate stone from American Slate . Color is tidal storm .

The industrial pendants above island are vintage.

Kitchen cabinets are made of reclaimed wood from Carlsons Barnwood or Black s reclaimed wood.

Rustic Barn-Inspired Interiors

This is a practical area, perfect for small errands.

Industrial stool is from e-bay. Countertop is slate.

The dining room is perfect for this cabin it feels casual and very welcoming.

Light fixtures are antiques. The best way to look is searching on Google for vintage industrial lighting . They are in the $400-$1200 range for each.

Wall Paint Color: Walls are integral plaster.

I love vintage signs. Aren t they fun?!

Note the baseboards they re also made of reclaimed wood.

I honestly never care about having animals hung on walls but, regardless of that, I think this living room feels really cozy and inviting.

According to the architect, this fireplace is made of stone over concrete block. This kind of fireplace can easily cost around $30-40k.

I am not sure about leaving the doors open, but I would love to be there with a mug of hot chocolate, just enjoying the beautiful view.

The stunning reclaimed wood comes from Carlson s Barnwood or Black s Reclaimed Wood .

Wouldn t be fun to sleep here? I love these rustic bunk beds.

Each bed has a light.

This rustic kids bedroom is perfectly design. The contractor carved this large timber to fit the sink. He did it by hand.

Sink is a Kohler Brockway they re perfect for kids bathroom or laundry rooms/mudrooms.

Stools are from e-bay.

This is the girls bunk room isn t it adorable?

A beautiful color scheme is found in the master bedroom.

A rustic bathroom that feels feminine? Who knew it could be possible?!

Did you notice the door knobs on the left? Stunning!

The tub is from waterworks.

Sink (unfortunately no longer available) is a Kohler K-5980 Sutton.

I am loving the sink curtains found in this cabin. The rods are 1/2 galvanized pipe from the local hardware store.

The wood beam ceiling in this bedroom mimics the structure of the house, gambrel barn.

This guest bedroom has radiant heat floors. Toasty!

Nice colors are found here.

What a dreamy study! Full of charm and individual space.

The architect didn t use recessed lights in the cabin. Here, he used landscape lights. Very creative!

This is actually how the house looks in operation. Organization and proper storage can make our lives a little easier! ?

Now, imagine having a mudroom like this! Don t you love the bench?

Flooring is antique French limestone.

A beautiful family enjoying their dreamy cabin.

The deck has a snowmelt system. No shoveling!

Trim Paint Color: Benjamin Moore 2003-10 Million Dollar Red .

I love skiing and having a place like this to visit every winter would be a treat! Do you have a favorite room here?


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