Lyon Porter, the mastermind behind Urban Cowboy, the first B & B in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, describes the vibe as "luxury with a local sensibility and an industrial Williamsburg/Adirondack cowboy feel."
The winner of the Remodelista Considered Design Awards Best Amateur-Designed Bedroom Space is Anne S. Holtermann of South Dartmouth, Masachusetts, who used found and old materials in a bedroom for rental guests.
Small-space-living aficionados, take note of the versatility of the shepherd's hut, the UK's rustic answer to the Airstream. Four self-contained huts stand ready for vacationers at a "glamper's hideaway" in Somerset, England.
Who isn't transfixed by flames? The winner of the Best Amateur-Designed Office Space in the Remodelista Considered Design Awards has a fixture that intrigued our readers: a portable wood-burning camp stove. Here are the hearth-warming details.
We've long admired artist and designer Michelle de la Vega's low-cost kitchen. Situated in a 250-square-foot garage in Seattle that de la Vega converted for herself, it features a mix of new elements and reclaimed materials from local salvage yards.
The winner of the Remodelista Considered Design Awards Best Professionally Designed Office Space is Egon Walesch of London, who turned a little-used Edwardian sitting room into a multifunctional home office.
When Remodelista's Justine Hand and her husband, Chad, bought a wonky 1807 house on Rock Harbor, she already knew every nook: With their young kids, they'd rented the place for several summers. Ownership meant that Justine could finally create the "not too cottage-y cottage" she envisioned.
Summer and cottage are two of our favorite words, especially when they're linked. This week we're celebrating warm-weather hideaways of all sorts—plus camp furniture, a tiny kitchen with wine-crate drawers, and other inspirations for the vacation retreat. Also watch for our daily posts profiling the winners of the Remodelista Considered Design Awards.