welcome to Log Cabin, a charming log home located on the sea. When the sun goes down, it’s time to gaze at the twinkling stars in the night sky. The Maegan is a log cabin that has one bedroom on each level in addition to a loft.
The loft of the log house has a king-sized bed and a jacuzzi tub, in addition to a living room with a fireplace, a kitchen, and a dining area. All of these amenities can be found on the main floor of the log cabin.
The Living Area
The interior of this house offers its occupants not only a broad selection of seating alternatives but also a variety of unique living zones from which to pick and choose.
As can be seen in the following photograph, the major living area is decorated in the style of a traditional log cabin. It features wood-chinked walls and a stone fireplace, both of which are hallmarks of this particular aesthetic.
There is a wall of windows that extends around the back of the log cabin, and side doors may be found there to provide access to the open decks. The stunning vista that can be seen from the outside is well-framed by the windows.
The kitchen is a beautiful space that features a bar that goes all the way around the perimeter of the counter space and an island that sits right in the center of the counter space.
It is a straightforward area, but at the same time, it serves the needs of the family well in terms of hosting guests and preparing meals for them.
Because it is so open to the living room, it is a wonderful location for preparing meals while your guests converse at the bar with a beer or some snacks. This is made possible by the fact that it is so open to the living room.
The Bedroom of the Log Cabin
The attractiveness does not end at that particular juncture. You can make your way to the bedroom that is located on the main floor, which is only a few steps away and boasts its very own private door that opens out onto the balcony.
Even though this room has some modern accents, such as a television that has been mounted in the nook, the round wood walls assist in keeping the traditional appearance of the space intact.
The Bathroom of the Log Cabin
The one-of-a-kind design is not limited to the open areas only though; it can be found in other parts of the building as well.
Both the visual allure and the practical significance of areas like this restroom, which are hidden from view, are of comparable significance in their respective scopes.
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