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Green Style: A Secluded Cabin To Get Away From It All

Need to get away from the world? You got it. This private, rustic bungalow located in Sullivan County, New York is handcrafted from 100-year-old reclaimed barn wood and, with no water or electricity, will let you live totally off the grid.

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Cord Wood - stacked around a window. Creating an overhang to keep firewood relatively dry is a good idea, but I feel like it would be necessary to create this feature when the house or outbuildings was built. | from bloglovin.com

Perfect Studio sun-room. For when a nap is required

I think this is the paragon of my dream house. ,if you want to fulfill my dreams... this is one of them. haha

This is the back deck at the bungalow. Perfect for morning coffee, afternoon tea or a nice glass of pinot noir.................

tiny house--Always a plus when a Tiny house uses something like an old silo or standardized/prefab water tank, or whatever. Not sure that's the case here, but seems possible.

a renovated vicarage in sweden (which is for sale) by the style files, via Flickr

Would love to be in a 3 day blizzard. Wood stove, candles, soup and crackers, books to read during day....

This looks like its the entry into the farmhouse from a garage - love that the rustic beauty is continued through the space, always a little weird to have a modern garage plopped onto a rustic cabin.

great combo of rustic grey reclaimed wood(I thought it was stone but it seems to be wood!) and warm distressed wood floors..love double sided fireplaces too.