Finding Your True Home in Deer Cabin

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Interior Designer Mimi London Transforms a 1930s Shack Into a Rustic Sanctuary

Deer Cabin is located in Flathead Lake in Montana. It was remodelled in a whirlwind two and a half weeks. Surprisingly, all the thoughtful rustic details makes one think it was built longer than that. There are almost no walls in the kitchen and dining space, because it was intentionally built to mimic authentic outdoor living. Most noteworthy are the mouse-proof containers, the gas stove and kerosene lanterns in the outdoorsy kitchen.

Every nook and cranny of the cabin serves a purpose, each corner of the 300 square foot log cabin is functional and utilitarian, yet still beautiful. Thick Swiss Army blankets are thrown over the daybed and a Navajo rug make for an inviting bedroom space.

Deer Cabin has answered its multiple purposes—and then some. For one thing, the place seems to tap into widespread Little House on the Prairie fantasies.

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