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Step into Innermost House and marvel at the interior. It’s a rustic dream cabin

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Log homes are a great place to relax and enjoy the simple lifestyle that encourages conversation among friends. These rustic retreats offer a back-to-basics way of living that keeps us coming back time after time.
Today we will take you on a tour of the city. Innermost House Northern California’s coastal mountains. This home was designed by Diana Lorence, lifestyle experts. Michael Anthony LorenceTo create a place for reflection and conversation. Let’s take an inside look at this tiny floor plan that covers approximately 144 square foot (13.4 square metres).
You will immediately notice the beautiful woodland setting of Innermost House. The perfect location, with beautiful rolling hills to the rear and aged trees all around, is ideal. The panoramic views offer a breathtaking view that puts you right in the heart of nature. The exterior of the attractive building is finished in rough-sawn redwood boards that blend seamlessly with the surrounding environment.
A log home is incomplete without a place to relax and enjoy the amazing natural surroundings. The porch at Innermost House faces south, allowing for plenty of sunlight to filter through the trees.
Innermost House’s main living space is a simple, elegant living room measuring approximately 77 square feet (7.2 meters). This elegantly furnished sitting room celebrates the art of conversation with two comfortable chairs that are perfectly positioned to engage one another.
Innermost House walls are finished with plain lime plaster, which is applied by hand. The non-linear wall finishes add a sense of timelessness to the home, giving it a classic feel throughout. The house is constructed of stick and beam with the frame being a focal point in all rooms.
As the sun sets, this peaceful, quiet space is ideal to have quiet, reflective conversations far from the bustle and pace of the city.
The beautiful fireplace is raised slightly in a brick hearth, which projects into the space. Because Innermost House doesn’t have electricity, it has a kettle to heat water. The fire is also the only means of cooking food, which is a gentle reminder about a simpler lifestyle.
As night turns to day, you will see the light shaft penetrate the room. Innermost House is lit by candlelight and fire, as it does not have electricity. This is simply stunning!
Innermost House has a gorgeous 12-foot cedar ceiling (3.7 meters). The use of natural, simple materials makes this house effortlessly beautiful, whilst the care taken to render the wood neat and plain is in keeping with the nature of the house – simplistic and mindful.
The kitchen at Innermost House is as easy as it can be. The kitchen is ideal for cooking over a fire. It has a small number cabinets to store fewer appliances.
The kitchen is dominated by the deep sink. This makes it easy for you to wash and prepare your vegetables, as well to clean large fire pits. The taps are elegant and functional.


The bathroom at Innermost House has a similar layout to the rest of the space. It is small and simple. The owners have installed a conventional toilet system. This is a practical solution to an ugly problem that could be.
The living room features a large bookcase wall, with carefully selected books which represent the spiritual nature of the house. It is a delightful opposite to the fireplace and serves to perfectly finish the sitting room.
The study at Innermost House can be found behind the bookshelf. This quiet space must be ideal for those who love to read, write, and reflect.
Innermost House’s sleeping space is located in the loft. Accessible via a small ladder from its sitting room, the ladder leads to the loft.
Innermost House is all about simplicity. The bedroom is a simple space that is both comfortable and uncluttered.
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