Eight-hundred square feet hardly screams spacious, but that’s all the architect Joan Heaton had to work with when she teamed with her builder husband for their Vermont cabin in the Green Mountains. Working with a limited existing footprint, the couple yearned to create a mountain getaway that could sleep six people while maintaining an open floor plan.
Local woods were used generously throughout the cabin to create a feeling of warmth and the outdoors. A wide array of window sizes from Integrity Windows were also used to allow natural light and views of the surrounding forest.
To see more photos from this gorgeous mountain cabin, check out the case study on Houzz.
[Photo courtesy Joan Heaton Architects]