Looking at the following pictures, it’s not hard to see why so many people are drawn to forests when choosing a holiday location or even permanent home.
The most charming and attractive aspect of today’s log cabins is the fact that nature is all around you.
Few things scream English charm in the same way that thatched cottages do.
While we’re about living in nature in rather intimate surroundings here at Creatosity, when you see a home this beautiful and designed so well, it has to be shared.
Times are hard at the moment, for the country, for businesses and for everyday people and we are all looking at ways to cut costs.
This outstanding forest home nestles upon the Mexican forests of Valle de Bravo. The wooden construct is a rarity in Mexico
It’s rare for us to steer away from talking about living in wooden homes, but when we got a chance to see a luxury lodge in heart of Scotland, we just had to show it off. This beautiful lodge is part of Cameron House, which sits on the banks of Loch Lomond. It’s in the most stunning area in the country and is surrounded by lush forests, outstanding views of the Lowlands and is something of a mecca for nature lovers like us. The whole area near the lodge is... Read The Rest →
We love it when someone takes great endeavours in creating cabins that are both stunning to look at, yet have that sentimental feeling of comfort at heart. This cabin in Wisconsin may give off the impression of seeming larger than life, but get up close and see how it utilises space.
Historically lived in by Europeans settlers in America, log cabins have moved away from their humble beginnings and are now luxurious homes. So what are so many people attracted to log cabins? There is definitely something magical about a log cabin.
An Israeli design of a modern, angular house is perhaps not what you would expect to find in the heart of a Japanese forest, but that is exactly where you will find this particular property.
This sweet Swedish cottage in the south of the country, is an idyllic country property.