Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Into the Dark







A rugged log cabin has never looked so good. Who would ever have thought that a sexy, sleek, low-slung Togo could reside in such humble surroundings. Not I. But man, it works. Throw in some mid century finds, engaging art, and great lighting and ding,ding,ding, I'd say we have a winner people.

{images via Vart Nya Hem, spotted on Roseland Greene}

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13 comments:

TERI REES WANG said...

I'm having a "When Harry Met Sally" moment...
"Yes-Yes-Yes"!.. Some much needed testosterone. ;P

Full House said...

I have never quite seen a cabin like this big ball of manliness. I want to sink into that sofa ASAP.

My Interior Life said...

Wow. Quite the juxtaposition, but you're right it works. In a big way!

susie q said...

Oh yeah -- it totally works. I've never seen a log cabin I actually liked and this is beyond awesome. I love that black leather togo. It's been a while since my eyes have feasted on togo goodness -- and this has nourished them mightily!

Ashley said...

Wow, I never thought I'd use the words 'chic' and 'cabin' together, but it seems fitting for this place!

erin@designcrisis said...

Incredible! Expect to see them again...

my favorite and my best- MFAMB to you said...

i saved that one too from roseland g. i thought it was stunning and so unique. the glossy painted logs...look like tootsie rolls which is ok by me.
and that sick black togo is DUMB!!!!!!
it's about the most awesome un-cabiny cabin i have ever seen that still looks exactly like a cabin!!!

SHERRY HART said...

Ding Ding is right...it rocks!

nkp said...

Ashley, nor I, but you are absolutely right! This place is the exception and exceptional at that!

Design Junkie said...

This is something to see! And your right about the sofa. It makes the place. LLUVIT!

buyaionaccounts said...

Totally cool! Love the rough edge details all over this cabin. A simple touch and look could be very dangerously beautiful like this, love the sofa.

Jimmy The Undercover Designer said...

Not into log cabins
But this one is great

Edwina@FASHION+ART said...

The juxtaposition is a little too much for me but the last shot is sublime. Something about it says peace and quiet.