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A Woodsy Cabin in a Happening LA Neighborhood—$115 a Night

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A Woodsy Cabin in a Happening LA Neighborhood—$115 a Night

Julie Carlson August 22, 2014

Discovered on The Common Pursuit: A rustic cabin in Echo Park worthy of Henry Thoreau (and available for $115 a night). Photographer Brian Ferry of The Blue Hour spent a week there and says: “I had my coffee in the morning on the porch, sent some emails or read at the table, and later in the day, watched the sunset from the back deck. Simply done, but really thoughtful and tasteful.” To see the listing, go to Airbnb.

Photographs by Brian Ferry

Above: The kitchen includes a hot plate, refrigerator, electric kettle, and assorted teas and coffee.

Above: A collection of vintage tableware.

Above: Everything is within easy reach in the tiny cabin.

Above: A table for two.

Above: Vignettes.

Above: There’s a postage-stamp-size deck with seating.

Above: The shower floor has Moroccan tiles.

Above: Morning coffee on the deck.

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N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on August 3, 2012, as part of our Cabins & Camping issue.

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