A rustic cabin overlooking mountains with gorgeous beauty all around? Yes, I don't mind if I do! The White Tail is a stunning home with beautiful views, but just as wonderful interior and exterior design. Covered porches all around the home give you plenty of space to relax and enjoy the beauty that is the surroundings.
One of my favorite things has to be this entry. The arched tall roof over the porch and entry protects you from the elements, and the wide porch offers room for chairs and seating.
You can see on the lower right-hand side, a grill that is covered. I love that you can also make this a porch ideal for grilling up your favorite foods and hosting afternoon barbecue parties with friends and family.
If your desire for a log cabin is about open spaces, rustic style, and the sturdy classic look of a log base and siding, then the White Tail log cabin is sure to impress. Designed for a family, this is a perfect everyday family home, but can also be used as a rental or vacation property with ease.
Here is another look along the side of the home with the porch showing room for all of the chairs, bistro sets, grills, and more that you love and need. Of course, that front door is welcoming and the perfect place to greet your guests as they come to visit.
While the inside of the home is what we usually tour, I have to include these open areas on the outside. They are just what you need for a relaxing addition to the home. Whether you rock outside on a breezy summer day, or you host a birthday party with grilled burgers on the deck, this home is ready for families.
In the master bedroom, a dark wood bed frame is against the log cabin walls with windows on both sides. Plus, additional windows that have a small upholstered bench under it for storage. This space is open, large, comfortable, and perfect for a master bedroom space.
The tables on both sides of the bed match the beauty of the floors. Rustic reclaimed wood trim around the windows is another lovely rustic look that adds to the room, and a simple upper half of the room using drywall against the wood walls and ceilings really adds to the room.
Off the master bedroom is the stunning master bathroom suite. I am always a sucker for a soaking bathtub, and this one definitely is gorgeous. I love the wood grain exterior of the tub with the silver feet and white interior. It's a modern take on a classic and absolutely perfect for a cozy bubble bath at the end of a long day.
Tile flooring is easy to clean up, but they haven't escaped the beauty of the natural wood. The walls here are just as beautiful as everywhere else in the home and really make sure you know it is a log cabin. There seems to be plenty of room here to add a vanity or chair by the bath if desired.