There’s two ways go in Autumn / Winter – embrace it or escape it. And boy does Alice Saunders embrace it. When Alice isn’t making travel bags for her successful business Forestbound in Boston, she’s escaping to her magical cabin in the woods in the heart of New Hampshire. It’s ‘escape’ in every essence of the word. Located at the end of a dirt track, the off-the-grid cabin has no running water or electricity and mobile reception can only be obtained by rowing across the lake! Alice and her boyfriend spent several years renovating the space on a shoestring budget, furnishing it with charming vintage pieces and cosy layers of textiles. The result is an unbelievably cosy, rustic, relaxed living space where the pair can truly switch off, read and enjoy the surroundings – completely uninterrupted! Time to dream….

This has to be one of the cosiest little cabins I’ve ever seen! I’d so LOVE to be kicking about there right now, candles lit, book in hand. How about you? 
It would also make the most perfect writers retreat, don’t you think? Once, of course, I’ve come up with a topic – details friends, details!
Could you imagine escaping here for a few days too?!
If you’d like to see more pictures,  hop on over to Alice’s instagram here. Better still, if you’re planning a long weekend at a similar log cabin, you might just want to pick up one of her Forestbound original tote or carryalls made from found and salvaged textiles. They’re fab! 
There’s a load more dreamy places to drool over in the rural retreats and log cabin archives (some of which are also on Airbnb – just saying!). 
Have a cosy day! 
Niki
Photography: Alice Saunders, shared with kind permission.

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There’s two ways go in Autumn / Winter – embrace it or escape it. And boy does Alice Saunders embrace it. When Alice isn’t making travel bags for her successful business Forestbound in Boston, she’s escaping to her magical cabin in the woods in the heart of New Hampshire. It’s ‘escape’ in every essence of the word. Located at the end of a dirt track, the off-the-grid cabin has no running water or electricity and mobile reception can only be obtained by rowing across the lake! Alice and her boyfriend spent several years renovating the space on a shoestring budget, furnishing it with charming vintage pieces and cosy layers of textiles. The result is an unbelievably cosy, rustic, relaxed living space where the pair can truly switch off, read and enjoy the surroundings – completely uninterrupted! Time to dream….

This has to be one of the cosiest little cabins I’ve ever seen! I’d so LOVE to be kicking about there right now, candles lit, book in hand. How about you? 
It would also make the most perfect writers retreat, don’t you think? Once, of course, I’ve come up with a topic – details friends, details!
Could you imagine escaping here for a few days too?!
If you’d like to see more pictures,  hop on over to Alice’s instagram here. Better still, if you’re planning a long weekend at a similar log cabin, you might just want to pick up one of her Forestbound original tote or carryalls made from found and salvaged textiles. They’re fab! 
There’s a load more dreamy places to drool over in the rural retreats and log cabin archives (some of which are also on Airbnb – just saying!). 
Have a cosy day! 
Niki
Photography: Alice Saunders, shared with kind permission.










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