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The 11 Luxury Cabins That Weekend Dreams Are Made Of

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While many of us anti-wilderness types cringe at the sound of the word "cabin," these gorgeous getaways are worlds away from the sparse, splintery abodes that haunt memories of vacations past and evoke the worst kind of summer camp nightmares. Yes, thanks to the talented designers whose work is featured on, we have all the proof you need that "rustic" has officially been redefined.

  • Instead of gathering around the campfire, gather around a gorgeous granite island.
    Dahlberg by B & B Builders
  • An airy great room with natural accents lets you really bring the outdoors in.
    Willowbrook by B & B Builders
  • Modern furniture dispel all notions that cabins are outdated escapes.
    Cabin In The Woods by Interior Analysis
  • A picture window is a must in any vacation home, no matter the season.
    Willowbrook by B & B Builders
  • Exposed beams offer a type of luxury you just can't find in a tent.
    Dahlberg by B & B Builders
  • A gourmet kitchen with trendy metallic lighting? That beats out a camping grill any day.
    Basalt by Timothy F. White
  • From cabins to cottages, spiral staircase makes any home more glamorous.
    Willowbrook by B & B Builders
  • And for a guarantee of bonding and social time? A lovely open floor plan.
    Tribaut Mountain House by B & B Builders
  • A home bar is just the "wild" feature this cabin needed.
    Wilson Wine Room by B & B Builders
  • There's nothing like cozying up in a cabin... especially when it's under a stunning antler chandelier.
    Willowbrook by B & B Builders
  • Forget sleeping under the stars -- sleep under the logs in a beautiful layered bed.
    Willowbrook by B & B Builders

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