Camp Osceola

Camp Osceola

After purchasing two log cabins on neighboring lots, the homeowner wanted to join the two cabins to create one larger home on the same property. We moved, restored, and renovated the cabin, maintaining a vintage aesthetic while adding modern amenities.

A home with history

We used a combination of materials salvaged from the home, reclaimed wood, and new materials with a vintage look. This salvaged interior window provides light to a dark stairwell and is original to the property. A unique chestnut mantle is created from 100-year-old reclaimed wood. The pickwick pine wood paneling provides a consistent look using new materials.

Modern comforts

We protected the history of the home while providing modern comforts and updates. By building a new roof on top of the existing roof and adding insulation, we not only weatherized the home but also protected the gorgeous original ceiling. We also added forced hot air for heat, a modern kitchen, and a two-car garage with automatic openers.

Organization for all

Throughout the property, we added custom features in order to optimize space. We added drawers to this dormer, providing valuable storage in a relatively small room.
We also built a pantry with sliding doors and hidden hardware, using wood salvaged from the original property.

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