Small House

Sleepy Creek Lodge

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A small cabin in Central Pennsylvania. Shared and owned by Terry Melton.

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3 Comments

  • Reply Sevina February 22, 2014 at 12:50 am

    I’m not sure what I love more: the perfectly simple and cozy interior or the enormous porch for taking in the great views! Can’t wait to show the hubby!

    • Reply Terry February 26, 2014 at 2:19 pm

      Thanks, Sevina! We love this place and it’s amazing in summer with all the windows open and the summer noises pouring in! Surrounded by lots of microclimates for all the native plants: creek, wetland, forest, and two different meadows.

  • Reply Chris June 20, 2016 at 1:30 pm

    Wow the color choices, while bold, don’t really lend themselves very well to a rustic style of dwelling. The mixing of architectural themes is something that has to be done with very careful consideration to the outcomes….not everything works with everything, and in this instance I am not certain the mix is a good one. Also, there appears to be an over-use of white tile in the kitchen and bathroom….if you were going for dynamic colors…it might have looked better to choose a dynamic color to blend with rather than contrasting with a stark white. When white is used out of context like that you lose the intent of the color, and lends the viewer to thinking that the designer did not know what they were doing. White belongs better with paler more neutral shades. Vibrancy with vibrancy….neutrals with neutrals…is more visually appealing to the senses. I would have also chosen a different exterior finish as the exterior looks like “cabin” and the interior looks like “cottage”. It would all blend much more cohesively if the exterior was a blending vibrant color as well. To may different themes that just don’t belong together.

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