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Field & Honey Scandinavian Log Cabin in NC

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Right in the heart of Appalachia in North Carolina sits this lovely Scandinavian-inspired log cabin with a huge wrap-around porch and breathtaking mountain views.

The 800 square foot cabin has a spacious ground-floor bedroom adjacent to an open-concept living/kitchen/dining area. The interior of the cabin has a lovely whitewash on all the logs, making it bright and airy.

On the porch, you’ll find a covered dining area, romantic porch swing, and stunning views. You can follow the farm that runs the cabin stay on Instagram, or book your stay at Airbnb.

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Stay in this Nordic Cabin in the Appalachians!

The romantic porch swing overlooks stunning views.

Sip a cup of coffee while looking at the mountains.

Inside, eat dinner in style.

The all-black stone fireplace makes the place feel modern.

Plenty of comfortable places to lounge indoors.

The kitchen is tucked against the far wall.

You have all the appliances you could need here.

A mini-split keeps things comfortable in the bedroom.

There’s even enough space in here for another couch!

Lights on the rafters offer an ambient glow.

The bathroom is compact and functional.

Wow! Look at the glow at night.

You could even sit out here in light rain.

Get ready to relax!

What an awesome spot to vacation.


  • Heart of Appalachia
  • Four private acres
  • Wood-burning fireplace
  • Outdoor grill
  • Fire pit
  • Scandinavian-inspired decor
  • Romantic 800 sq ft cabin
  • Wrap-around deck with incredible mountain views

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Denise
    September 25, 2020, 1:39 am

    I don’t mean to be critical, but whatever would possess a person to paint those logs and destroy the natural beauty of the wood along with it’s warmth?? I wonder how much also it would take to fix that issue and strip the logs of that awful paint? This isn’t a decor taste issue – there are some no-no’s and that is one of them. I am pretty sure painting those natural logs instead of clear coating them reduced the resale value of that home. The porch and view are awesome and makes me miss N.C. – lush and green with rolling hills as seen in the picture. The flooring is beautiful. That home is a perfect size for a retiree.

    • Tiny houser
      September 25, 2020, 3:17 pm

      I say to each their own with how they want to paint, but I will point out that other than a couple small decor items here and there and the general idea of a dark exterior with a light interior, there is little about this house that stands out as something I would see in a Nordic country. As one example, Scandinavian style whitewashing is done with lye and then oil. This way you get those beautiful clean looking light wood without the streaked effect from watered down paint.

  • Donna Dickerson
    September 25, 2020, 2:18 pm

    800 sq ft. is hardly tiny! It is a smallish cottage.

    • James D.
      October 1, 2020, 8:16 am

      It’s all relative, people judge size by what they’re used to but what people are used to varies across the world… Average house size range from highs of over 2700 Sq Ft to lows of under 500 Sq Ft…

      Places like the UK, for example, average just over 900 Sq Ft and would probably consider this pretty normal size… While someone who comes from an area where houses are much larger, even exceeding 5000 Sq Ft in some neighborhoods, can very easily believe this to be tiny…

      Besides, one of the focus points of the tiny movement revolves moving to legalize housing options that have otherwise become illegal due to restrictions like minimum sq ft requirements that can prohibit anything 1000 Sq Ft or less… So, basically in the same proverbial boat, legally speaking…

      Options like ADU’s, for example, would easily fall into this size range, and are one of the ways they are trying to legalize tiny homes and get them accepted into the existing housing market…

      While it’s also relative compared to how it’s used… 800 Sq Ft can be a lot of space for one person but very tiny for a large family or other examples where the limits of the space usage can be pushed to extremes… Like someone running a home business, etc.

      So opinions on it can vary…

  • Theresa Perdue
    September 28, 2020, 12:50 pm

    What a cute and cozy little home. That fireplace 🥰😍🥰😍to die for! And I love how they brightened it up with the white paint (or is it called whitewash?) But!!! The views would have me sitting outside no matter what the weather, as they are stunning 😍

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