Log Cabin Interior Design... An Extraordinary Rustic Retreat!
The log cabin interior design photos featured here showcase a monumental retreat in the Catskill Mountains of
Upstate New York . . . . .
. . . Inspired by Adirondack
de- signs of the late 19th and early 20th cen- turies, as well as western mountain archi- tecture, this stunning retreat
is loaded with ambiance and nostalgic charm!
Designed by the architectural firm of Holmes, King, Kallquist & Associates, the structure utilizes enormous
logs averaging 18 inches in diameter, with butts as thick as 42 inches. In addition, an abundance of
used on both the exterior and interior of the home. Pictured below is the spacious area just inside the front
The log cabin interior design of the soaring Great Room is absolutely in- credible! Anchored by a monumental
"walk-in" fireplace crafted from mas- sive stone slabs, this stunning space is a testament to the extraordinary
creativity and skill of the architects, designers, craftsmen and artisans that created it!
Overlooking the Great Room from an upper level balcony, the furnishings are dwarfed by the sheer size and
scale of the giant logs and stone slabs around the
The generous use of stone in the log cabin interior design is clearly evident in the approach to the dining
room . . . . .
. . . . . . . as well as in the dining room, itself.
Stone is also used in the sitting area pictured below, left, as well as in the kitchen below, right.
Porcelain tile resembling copper and steel forms the backsplash on the wall above the stove.
In addition to stone and wood used in the stair design leading to the upper level, heated and twisted iron
brackets support the stair treads, as shown in the image below, right.
Upstairs, the shower in the master bathroom (below left) uses the same metallic-looking porcelain tile as that
used in the kitchen backsplash. Pictured below, right, is a bridge or corridor that connects the upper level
And finally, the master bedroom features a finely crafted corner stone fire- place.