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10 Stunning Single-Room Cabins for the Perfect Getaway


Summer is hardly over, but we’re already plotting our next move for when the weather turns chilly and our sexy Saturday night plans involve curling up with a hot cuppa and all the Netflix ever. (Winter is coming, as the current season of Game of Thrones reminds us.) If you’re ready to hatch an escape plan and want a cozy getaway that has chic hermit potential, these stunning cabins are the place to be.

  1. Half-treehouse, all gorgeous. Manhattan studio JacobsChang designed this looker for maximum outdoors-in goodness. Tiny, but mighty — with enough room for a bed, wood-burning stove, and a fantastic view of Mother Nature. Check it out here.
  2. The Gulf Islands Cabin by Olson Kundig Architects is storm and fire-proof thanks to a corten steel exterior, but the inside of this minimalist getaway contains wood-paneled walls for that warm and cozy feel. Learn more here.
  3. Click here to see how fashionable matte black looks are in the forest.
  4. A Vancouver Island ski lover’s paradise. Baby grandmas, bring your rocking chair. See more here.
  5. A little bit city thanks to the convenient loft, a little bit country and full of rustic vibes. The A-frame makes this the perfect writer’s getaway or artist’s retreat.
  6. Floor-to-ceiling glass, views for days, and a clean, modern design. This is the woodsy Massachusetts hideout you’ve been looking for. View here.
  7. Norwegian architect Marianne Borge designed this remote timber beauty that keeps it simple, but stunning. Forest and lake views are the cherry on top. See here.
  8. The Lake Cabin by FAM Architekti boasts a killer combo of blonde woods and matte blacks. It’s full of open spaces and cozy corners. Your lakeside style never looked so good. Learn more here.
  9. Sunny and cheerful, this Ripple Island cabin by Ken Stone shines bright on a rocky island in northern Minnesota. Full glass doors offer plenty of spots for gazing and dreaming. The open plan takes advantage of daylight as a heat source. Learn more here.
  10. Heart eyes x infinity.