Welcome back to another cabin makeover! Meet Crow:
If you aren’t sure why I’m sharing this small cabin, you can find out the whole story here: Cabin Makeover Project
You can also find the other cabins here:
Here’s what the inside looked like before:
To say it was basic is an understatement! This cabin has served its purpose of providing a place for campers to sleep during overnights, but we knew it had more potential.
I didn’t have the time or money to make any big changes, so I focused on making the open concept work better for families who would now be using the space.
Donations for this entire camp cabin project were HUGE. I put in a large chunk of money and then several of my family members made significant contributions.
The small plaid sofa was a fun find. While I was out shopping with my mother-in-law at IKEA, we found it on clearance and she purchased it for this cabin.
It’s the perfect proportion and I think the design screams rustic cabin!
All the lamps for this entire project were thrifted. The nightstands and coffee table were also second hand pieces that I gave makeovers.
This cabin in particular was the hardest for me. It is small and the furniture layout was a little tricky. (Not to mention, there was really no way to plan in advance since I wasn’t sure what furniture I would have…remember the small budget and everything is either second-hand or donated!)
I had played around with placement and moved things so many times until finally feeling like it was “right.”
I really like the way this one turned out in the end and I can’t wait to hear stories about families making memories here.
You can find a video walkthrough of the entire space ↓
Be sure to check back next week for the 3rd cabin. Here’s a sneak peek at the last two: