A Scandinavian-Style Cabin Creates a Happy Oregon Retreat
You might think you’re somewhere Nordic when you tour this Scandinavian-style cabin in Oregon by Copeland + Co. It’s a great place to retreat from the world on vacation, or even to live in 365 days of the year. The wooded backdrop is the perfect accompaniment to its interesting architecture.
The arched roofline continues inside where you can enjoy the gorgeous wood-planked ceiling. Not only that, but the furnishings are colorful, comfortable, and appealing.
An overhead view reveals the pattern of the rug against the blue of the sofa. A contemporary light fixture illuminates the Scandinavian-style cabin when the sun goes down. Ample windows make the best use of natural light during the day.
Another view from above shows the proximity of the dining area to the living area, creating a great room that is sure to please. Some great rooms are so expansive that they tend to feel cold, but this one is cozy and plenty of warmth is added with the amazing wood elements.
The kitchen wears a happy, dark green on the cabinets beneath a marble countertop and penny-tile backsplash. Washing dishes becomes an enjoyment with a view of the forest through the kitchen window.
Step back and you can see how the kitchen is carved into a space underneath the grand ceiling.
Who wouldn’t enjoy sleeping in this bedroom tucked under such a beautiful ceiling in the Scandinavian-style cabin? You can imagine lying here in the dark with the glow of the moon shining through. Louvered doors provide convenient closet space under the eaves.
The bathroom sports pretty blue wallpaper that pairs beautifully with the surrounding wood tones. The black flooring lends a bit of drama all its own.
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Love the wood, I could get away in something like this and dream, so peaceful.
Very nicely done. Love the bedroom and bathroom and colors in the kitchen. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen penny tile used as a backsplash. I like it. I will say though, I would need at least one kitchen cabinet lol. Beautiful cabin.