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Enter to Win a Weekend Stay at a Mountainside Cabin in Tahoe, Redone by Heath Ceramics

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Enter to Win a Weekend Stay at a Mountainside Cabin in Tahoe Redone by Heath Ceramics portrait 3 9

Enter to Win a Weekend Stay at a Mountainside Cabin in Tahoe, Redone by Heath Ceramics

November 18, 2019

Since the very beginnings of Remodelista, we’ve looked to Heath Ceramics for their iconic, California-cool tile, tableware, and decor. All the while—or for the past seven years, at least—husband-and-wife Heath owners Cathy Bailey and Robin Petravic have been at work outfitting a California-cool cabin, tucked among the pines at Alpine Meadows Valley in Tahoe.

Outfitted with Heath fittings and all the essentials for a rustic getaway, the Heath Cabin is now available for vacation rentals. This month, we’re partnering with Heath to give away a three-night stay, March 20-23, 2020 (a $1,650 value).

For a chance to win, enter here between November 18 and midnight EST on November 27. Congratulations to our winner, Mia C of Madison, Wisconsin!

And take a look inside the cabin:

the shingled cabin was originally designed in \1973 by tahoe based architect ch 10
Above: The shingled cabin was originally designed in 1973 by Tahoe-based architect Charles O. Matcham Jr.; it’s been re-done with care by Cathy and Robin, who preserved the original bones and outfitted the interiors with Heath classics and their own collections of art.
the cabin&#8\2\17;s open but snug kitchen and dining room is outfitted with 11
Above: The cabin’s open but snug kitchen and dining room is outfitted with select Heath wares, including the Rutig Standrag Runner and Muir Flatware in the recently-launched Onyx finish (on the table), and a Stencil Clock in Campari Red (on the wall).
the living room features low slung seating for gathering around the stone firep 12
Above: The living room features low-slung seating for gathering around the stone fireplace.
the two tone kitchen features heath&#8\2\17;s classic dual glaze rectangle  13
Above: The two-tone kitchen features Heath’s classic Dual Glaze Rectangle Tiles in Paprika Blend.
for rustic relaxation, the cabin also has a sauna and outdoor hot tub. 14
Above: For rustic relaxation, the cabin also has a sauna and outdoor hot tub.
just behind the cabin is a creek that leads to a swimming pond; or, enjoy hikin 15
Above: Just behind the cabin is a creek that leads to a swimming pond; or, enjoy hiking and skiing, depending on the season.

Enter here for a chance to win; for more on the official rules, click here. SWEEPSTAKES IS NOW CLOSED.

And for more, visit A Cabin by Heath.

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