INTERIOR Photography: Log Cabin Retreat
I always feel so spoiled when I photograph a home because of the years and years of planning it takes to dream, design, plan, build, and decorate a home. And then I have the immense privilege to document the genius of everyone’s contribution in a series of moments.
When I photograph interiors, I turn on all the lights, open all the curtains, and find the angles that reveal the most interesting combination of elements. It’s no different than composing a piece of art. I’m looking for the most interesting lines to lead the eye across the room. Starting with a fashionable gal, to the shine on the counter, to the pendant lamps, up to the ceiling and back to my girl.
Another beautiful home by Mammoth Mill & Construction with an open floor plan, where the kitchen, dining room and living room all flow into each other seamlessly. It’s the perfect setup for family connection because let’s face it, when you’re on vacation, the days revolve around what’s on the menu, and who wants to hide away in traditional kitchen while everybody else is playing scrabble in the living room?
Granite counter tops, inset lighting, stainless steel appliances. Why not add a little glamour to your getaway cabin?
Mammoth Mill sources their logs locally keeping them dry and stable because of the high desert weather of Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. They can mill the logs to perfectly stack, as you can see in the on the right. Mammoth builds custom homes, but they can also put together kits to order and just stack them for you. Lincoln logs for adults. Think about that!