Charming Camp Cabin That Will Capture Your Heart

August is a big vacation month in our area. Families head out for one last summer party before the school season starts. In honor of vacation month, we’re touring a charming camp cabin by Brayton Hughes Design Studio that will capture your heart.

Rustic Cabin ExteriorPhoto by BraytonHughes Design Studios

 

Vintage red wicker furniture beckons you to set a spell on the front porch while a hammock summons you for a comfortable nap. A pair of lanterns are ready to provide light well into the evening.

Cabin Porch with Red Wicker FurniturePhoto by BraytonHughes Design Studios

 

Inside the camp cabin you’ll find vintage collections and casual, camp-style decorating.

Rustic cabin interiorPhoto by BraytonHughes Design Studios

 

On a rainy day, hang out in the game room and play pool or tickle the ivories on the upright piano.

Rustic Game Room with Pool TablePhoto by BraytonHughes Design Studios

 

A pair of twin beds with striped blankets create a homey, rustic effect.

Camp Cabin BedroomPhoto by BraytonHughes Design Studios

 

Embroidered bed linens add a touch of class and comfort in the bedroom. A floppy straw hat provides simple wall decor. I once had a collection of straw hats on my bedroom wall. I don’t know whatever happened to those hats, but I’d like to recreate that wall gallery.

Rustic Cabin BedroomPhoto by BraytonHughes Design Studios

 

A gorgeous, rustic stone fireplace in the camp cabin creates cozy warmth on cooler summer evenings.

Stone Fireplace in Rustic Cabin BedroomPhoto by BraytonHughes Design Studios

 

The charming bathroom is soothing and light with its painted bead board paneling. A wood vanity top adds warmth to the space.

White Country Cottage BathroomPhoto by BraytonHughes Design Studios

The grounds also features a charming A-frame cabin.

A Frame Vacation CabinPhoto by BraytonHughes Design Studios

Inside, a wall of windows provides expansive views of the hills beyond.

A Frame Cabin Living RoomPhoto by BraytonHughes Design Studios

 

Nothing obstructs the scenic views out on the cozy deck. Such a beautiful location to enjoy vacationing in a camp cabin.

Cabin Deck with View of HillsPhoto by BraytonHughes Design Studios

 

See more photos of Camp Runamok in California over at Houzz.

My family is planning a vacation to Door County, Wisconsin next August. In order to get a decent lodging reservation, you have to book far in advance. I’ve never been to Door County but it’s a popular vacation spot for people who live in my area. I’m looking forward to the trip with all the kids and their families. We plan to share one large home while there.

What’s one of your favorite vacation spots?

 

More Cozy Cottages to Enjoy:

Colorful Beach Cottage Tour

Tour a Simple Farmhouse Cottage

Quaint Bahamas Cottage

Waterfront Cottage Tour

Small Lake Cottage

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Comments

  1. Peace and calm just oozed from this place!
    Being in central Florida the easiest way for our gang to vacation together is to spend a few days at Hammock Beach Resort near St. Augustine. It’s kind of an “all in one” place and we book a 4 bedroom ocean front suite. Each family competes for the “Gibboney Annual Cookoff” trophy. Lots of foods, fun and precious family time. Even though we all live in the same home town and see each other lots, this is our only real “bonding time” which makes it really special.

  2. Pamela Lee says:

    Oh the suffering of camping out.

  3. I don’t need to go far for vacation to be happy. When I was married and had children still at home, we vacationed every year in Northern Michigan either in a cabin on one of the lakes there or along the “beaches” of Lake Michigan. Lake Michigan is amazing – you feel as though its an ocean and there are sandy beaches everywhere.

    In my later years, I have very much appreciated the calm, quiet, no motor vehicle beauty of Macinac Island, across the water from the far northern Michigan peninsula. A serene place that would be boring for children – but to someone with an interest in maritime history, and the ghosts of sailors and sailing ships of old – it is perfect.

  4. Marlene Stephenson says:

    These are wonderful cabins and places to stay, so cozy. Hope you and your family have a great time.I have done that with my family before but, now my grandchildren are too busy in school and one is in college in California, i took them on three or four outing and am glad i did.

  5. How I would love to be able to stay in that cabin,wherever it is. Would especially love to go to M/t where we used to live,on canyon ferry lake,left there in May of 1999,haven’t gotten to go back once.we had 20 acres, was so incredible.

  6. We moved to M/t from San Diego so was quite a different way of life. Lived inland for 21 yrs.

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