5 Remote Cottages With Perfectly Furnished Interiors
Looking for inspiration for a cottage? A minimalist wooden hut in the forest? A cosy chalet in the mountains? We selected for you 5 cabins with interiors that match with their remote location.
Cottages are always a good option for a moment of escape and relaxation. We chose for you 5 very cleverly designed cabins, they are perfect for your next romantic or family weekend.
Half-Tree House, US, by JacobsChang
You can quicky feel cramped in a small single-room cabin. That is why Manhattan studio JacobsChang embedded three floor-to-ceiling pivoting windows so you can enjoy the extensive views of the surrounding forest. Learn more here.
Lofthuset, Sweden, by Hanna Michelson.
This L-shaped resting area is the perfect spot to admire Sweden’s Åsberget mountains from this minimalist pinewood cabin by Hanna Michelson. Did you know? This hill used to be a ski slope! More information here.
The 7th Room, Sweden, by Snøhetta
Hidden by tall pine trees in Swedish Lapland, the Snøhetta-designed guestroom for the Treehotel features birch plywood walls and light-toned furniture, . Learn more here.
Enough House, Canada, by Brian MacKay-Lyons
We litterally fell in love with this cottage: bespoke joinery, leather furniture and an animal-skin rug are all you need to create a countrified aesthetic that matches the exterior of this cabin built by Brian MacKay-Lyons for his Nova Scotia farmstead. Click here for more information!
RF C9, Chile, by Gonzalo Iturriaga
This irregularly-shaped dwelling by Gonzalo Iturriaga mirrors the rocky forms of the surrounding mountains in Chile’s Valparaíso Region, and uses their rising current to ventilate its interior. It has a simple layout that is designed to provide rest for a local mountaineer. Do you like it? You can click here to get more information!
“A cottage will hold as much happiness as would stock a palace”