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Dreaming of fireplaces, hot cocoa and snowy escapes
It's no secret that Western Canada is in the middle of a very snowy winter. The freezing temperatures and rising Covid numbers have us wishing we could be cozied up at a cabin where we could truly appreciate the winter wonderland outside. Here are 7 stunning cabins that will keep that daydream going.
Pairing white oak with the cedar log interior designer Lynn Gentile of Cabin Fever Interiors modernized this 1970s cabin while keeping all of its charm. Mountain allure indeed.
Designer Robert Bailey reimagines the classic cabin with a modern spin with this Okanagan Lake beauty.
The before and after shots of this cabin-turned-family-home will have you dreaming of life in the mountains. Stark Architecture brings a bold industrial look to what was once an old-school-cabin cliché.
Hockey legend Glen Sather's bespoke Banff home brings the majestic outdoors inside by referencing the surrounding mountain terrain in its handcrafted design.
This ski-chalet designed by architect Brad Lamoureaux boasts stunning mountain views and a modern interpretation of a timber structure. To top it off, interior designer Lesli Balagno brought modern-rustic to life with elements like cobalt blue mosaic tiles and a mohair sofa.
Modern marvel comes to mind at this Whistler chalet reboot, brought to life by designer Robert Bailey.
Designer Jennifer Connolly brings big changes in this redesign of a 750 square foot cabin. We’re dreaming of lakeside views with that stone fireplace aflame.
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