The McCay log cabin is a beautiful creation that has unique styles including traditional, modern, and a fun farmhouse look. An attached garage on the front along with a full length covered front porch are the perfect greeting
A two-story home with a four-season room off the backside and an open deck, this is a stunning family home. Built with simple open plans, you'll love how welcoming this home is for you and your family.
Inside the main room of the home, a super cozy area is set up near the fireplace. I absolutely adore the rough log mantle they have added here to bring in that traditional look.
The living space is smaller than some, but the four-season room makes up for it with another seating area and views of the back of the property. Here you get a little nook near the kitchen with the open doorway to the four seasons room visible.
I love that the table here folds down for 2 but can expand to 4 people. You can use this space as a dining room, sitting room, or an expansion of the living spaces.
The kitchen of this home is modern and open. You have tons of space on the counter for all of your favorite small appliances, but there is also plenty of storage. Of course, I personally love the layout with the bar on the outer edge of the countertop. It makes the kitchen more inviting and ideal for families.
Stainless steel appliances look great against the dark wood cabinets, but it's that copper farmhouse-style sink that really caught my eye. It's so pretty and rustic!
Downstairs there is also a separate space for a laundry room that comes with tons of storage and a smaller utility sink. This is super handy, especially for families with kids.
I like the convenience of this, but also the way they have mixed and matched stains and paint to give this a fun and unique look. It feels thrown together, but somehow works well.
Upstairs, one bedroom is set up as a sitting room or study with a lot of rustic decors. I really love how versatile this space is, but mostly, the way they have brought in those vintage elements like the spinning wheel and baby pram.
We don't get a good look at the full bedroom, but this master suite is large enough for the bed, a dresser that looks vintage, and of course, the en suite bathroom just through that door.
I love that the bathroom has this soaking tub on one side with an extra-large shower in the corner. A beautiful combination of tiles against the wood really feels luxurious, and the seating area is just a lovely addition that makes the bathroom welcoming.
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