Log cabin wood at the Michigan Lake
Log cabins are usually dark. The wooden rooms are often too Moody. This lodge of the year 1920 but is not exactly what you would expect on a quiet lake in the vicinity of Ann Arbor, Michigan.
View of the House
Who lives here: Sam Wotring and Nicole RayLocation: Brighton, MichiganArea: 150 square meters; 2 bedrooms, 1½ bathrooms
The Grey-painted wooden blocks and the ceiling create an unexpectedly light and lively atmosphere. On the floor, you can tell that the former owner has opened three smaller bathrooms and bedrooms in a large living room. The old vintage chandeliers also were retained.
Ray made the coffee table next to the sofa in the living room of an old wooden box, and the feet are needle-thin.
The hut is located on a former golf course, and it was inhabited earlier in the summer of golf caddies. So the couple of this House now calls “the Caddy cabin”.
Photos by Jeff Jones snap it photography
Word ring has built the sliding door and helped a local champion at the track
Paints of the door: new born’s eyes, Benjamin Moore
It was built a 3 x 6 meter parents bed room 3 times 3 meter caddie rooms of two
The fireplace is a popular place for Ray in the House. It has been maintained and this was probably the largest fireplace here in the environment.
The coffee table was inherited by the grandmother of Worting.
Carpet: Green at heart rug, Etsy; Sofa: Henry, West Elm; Green sofa, Chair: Newton furniture; Cushion: Robin cottage, Etsy
Desks: North; Bookshelf: Expedit; Red container: Helmer
The Home Office was once probably separated by a wall
Bedside table lamps: Krämare, IKEA; Gray ceiling: Pendleton windowpane, Lands’ end; Artwork: “Whale Rider,” Nicole Ray
Wotring’s Home Office is located in the living room, on the right is the kitchen. It has a vintage drafting table.
The Hummer model print on the wall is The Sarah Elizabeth shop in Rockport, Massachusetts.
Chairs: Franklin, IKEA
A decorated half wall separates the kitchen from the living room. Shelf is on the paint IKEA whiskey.
The butcher table was also inherited by the family
The couple wanted to renovate the floor in the kitchen, the tiles were worn out. Within the limited budget, the tiles of paints for garage floor were painted twice and then the living room and the bathroom was painted with stripes.
Chevron-like pattern in white and light gray in the hallway
A bright, airy feel give a roof window, open yellow cabinets and wooden frame for pots
This Winans Lake embroidery, which hangs in the kitchen, was made specifically for Ray.
The heart marks the location of the cottage on the Lake
The grandmother of Ray photographed her kitchen in 1936. The recording is now between the kitchen Windows
The dining room lies before Winans Lake and leads to a deck.
Dining table: Bjursta, IKEA; Carpet: West Elm
Ray has built this corner next to the entrance, as she prepared the shipping of your works of art.
Carpet: Downtown home & garden; Michigan oak horn plate: Martha Bishop, lazy GAL; Birds plate: Janae Easton, Playpus file
Ray has painted artwork of the goldfish, it now hangs in the guest room.
Plush Squid: Amber Adams, woolly mammoth designs
Carpet: Emmie, IKEA; Plush animal: Frankenstitch productions
The former owners have built this small foot bath.
Cabinet, Chair, shelf, curtain, carpet: Ikea
Mirrors color: dry bouquet, true value; Wall lights: Lowe’s; crossed-anchor, paper airplane: From J. Loo to you
Ray is recovering in the living room. The back is a gallery wall with her mother and other artists works.
Enjoy the cosy atmosphere at home
This log cabin community is built around the Winans Lake. Motors are here not reimbursed, so it is here calm and quiet
A picturesque setting – lot water and green