One of our favorite aspects of Splinter Creek is that it's an easy place for families to spend quality time together during the holiday season. No matter what's on the menu or the agenda, one thing that's certain is that a modern cabin nestled in the woods is the perfect place for morning coffee, family meals, fire pits, and laughter. We were inspired by the following cozy cabins, and could see each working well at Splinter Creek. Tell us, what does your perfect cozy cabin look like?
Designed by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter, this lodge in Norway looks warm and inviting.
This ski lodge cabin is located in the Canadian Rocky Mountains and was designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson.
Designed by Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten this cabin was built to resemble a barn in the forests of the Netherlands. A pitched roof makes way for a window wall that covers one entire end of cabin.
The exterior of this cabin has a raw look with its cedar panels that have weathered over time, matching the colors of the surrounding forest. Designed by Scott & Scott Architects, it is located in on Vancouver Island.
Lacroix Chessex Architectes created this Swiss cabin situated on a rocky hill with mountain views.
A cabin Utah designed by Imbue Design is focused on using minimal energy. The home’s living space is situated with a north/south orientation to aid in winter heat gain and summer protection.
A cabin designed by Form & Forest near the Blaeberry River in British Columbia has vaulted ceilings in the living room that offer spectacular views.