Contemporary, chic, and oh-so cozy—these rustic cabin makeovers are oozing with design inspiration.

A-Frame Haus in Herber City, Utah.

Often tucked away in a peaceful pocket of nature, far from crowds and chaos, tiny cabins boast huge potential for renovation. Here are seven exceptional rustic cabin makeovers that caught our eye. 

Grandpa’s Utah A-Frame Gets Tastefully Updated

Built over 30 years ago by owner and designer Kara Van Dyke’s grandfather, this log cabin on a private 20-acre mountain estate near Utah’s Uinta National Forest has been revamped into a warm and welcoming holiday rental named A-Frame Haus.

The exterior of the cabin, which is more than 30 years old.

Before: The exterior of the cabin, which was built over 30 years ago.

Courtesy of Rachel Humpherys

A-Frame Haus in Herber City, Utah.

After: A look at A-Frame Haus in Herber City, Utah.

Courtesy of Kate Osborne Photography

The orientation of the kitchen work areas were changed, so sunlight from the slanting windows better illuminates the cooking station.

After: With the orientation of the kitchen work areas altered during the remodel, sunlight from the slanting windows can now better illuminate the cooking station.

Courtesy of Kate Osborne Photography

See the full story on Dwell.com: 7 Unbelievable Rustic Cabin Makeovers

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