This rustic cabin, located in Topanga Canyon in California, was designed by Mason St. Peter—a graduate of the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. While visiting a friend in a similar studio, St. Peter was inspired and began to work with the owner to create a space of their own using his materials. The exterior is sided with refurbished wood slats and filled with picturesque details like the barn-style hinges. The cabin’s interior, which includes a loft space, is simplistic yet endlessly inviting as it offers you multiple outlets to view the surrounding forest, begging you to become inspired as St. Peter had been.

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