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Sunday, November 13, 2011

11/13/2011

Time to add the little things to make this cabin a little more like a home. 

Even though this is a temporary platform, it will get used a lot as I can move it around and attach it to different areas on the deck that will be built this next year.


The weather is proving to hold as there is snow in the forecast.  This only a two foot overhang, but it is enough to get out of the weather while you take your shoes off to go in.


I need to get a few pieces of gable trim to match the ends of the gables on the cabin.  I also need a about a 3 foot chunk of facia to finish the other side.


Time to accessorize the interior.  IKEA has a lot of space saving shelves that are light weight and attractive.  These shelves gave us a lot of options to hang different kitchen items. 


You have to have coat hooks!!!


It is warm inside and cold outside.  Did someone say "snow"?


There is still a lot to do, but now we are tucked in a nice and warm cabin!  I dont' know how much more will get done before the snow melts, but I am looking forward to seeing a few feet here real soon!

3 comments:

  1. THis is amazing! How much did it cost?

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  2. Sorry for the delayed response. I did the labor portion myself, however the material costs for this project are standing around $18k at this time. I am looking at another $1-2k in upgrades already this next summer as I need the snow to melt.

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous cabin. Been reading through a lot of your posts and found them to be incredibly helpful especially with all of the videos/photos. Hope to start on a similar project myself soon. Love the design and interior on your cabin.

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