Renovated Camp Style Home: See the Cozy Details

Today we have another home tour from Maine. Lately I’ve been inspired by the landscape and architecture found in this colonial state. I’ve never been to this beautiful area but find myself quite smitten by it. Take a tour of this renovated camp style home by Woodhull Although it has a definite vacation vibe, I could see living here year-round.

Camp style home in MainePhoto by Woodhull


Towering evergreens hug this charming Maine cabin graced with pretty details, inside and out. The metal roof adds character all its own next to the wood siding.

Metal roof on a new wood cabin housePhoto by Woodhull


Step inside to be greeted by a beautiful stone fireplace with a wood mantel. Pickled wood walls pair with a gorgeous wood beamed ceiling. Comfortable furnishings make this camp style home cozy and inviting. 

camp style living room with stone fireplace and wood ceilingPhoto by Woodhull


The kitchen is adjacent to the living room and provides a fun pop of green cabinetry. If you’re interested in this paint color, Kendal Green by Sherwin Williams comes close.

green cabinets in cabin kitchenPhoto by Woodhull


The dining room completes the open concept living area that greets you when you walk through the front door. You can see a small butler’s pantry to the left of the table and the stairway to the second floor on the right. 

Maine cabin dining room with shiplap wallsPhoto by Woodhull


The bathroom features the same color cabinetry as the kitchen. I like when a decorating theme flows throughout a house. It makes the spaces feel more connected to one another.

rustic bathroom with green cabinetryPhoto by Woodhull


I love the textured wood walls that hug the stairway and upstairs hallway. The light color of the wood keeps this space light and bright. The angled ceiling create additional character and interest. 

light wood walls in stairway and hallwayPhoto by Woodhull


More angled ceilings appear in an upstairs bedroom. Since the wood treatment on the ceiling and walls is so interesting, a lot of decorating isn’t needed. I love the striped wool blanket at the foot of the bed. It instantly says “camp.”

Camp style bedroom in a Maine cabinPhoto by Woodhull


Another striped wool blanket appears in a first floor bedroom with amazing views of the woods. Do you see the fishing poles above the windows? Who wouldn’t want to fall asleep in this room with the windows open during the summer months?

camp style bedroom with striped wool blanketPhoto by Woodhull


SInce I’ve been attracted to houses in Maine lately, like today’s camp style home by Woodhull, I booked a trip to Kennebunkport this summer. I can’t wait to explore the area and something tells me it won’t be the only time I visit that beautiful state.


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  1. Such a relaxing peaceful place! We recently purchased a cabin and want to furnish it with classic pieces. I don’t want too many “cutesy”pieces. We will be remodeling the kitchen and adding a small dining room. This cabin gave me some great ideas. Thanks for sharing…..and Happy New Year!

  2. There are few true Mainers in Kennebunkport….so we don’t consider southern ME a true representation. True Mainers are the best of the best…

  3. Love this, especially the cabinetry color, the wood, and furnishings. Maine is wonderful! You should visit the state.