Cozy Winter Cabin

Venture off the beaten path to find a winter cabin that’s as stylish as it is inviting.

Combining vernacular charm with elegant finessing, Sandhill cabin takes the concept of a humble hunting lodge to an entirely new level. Built by the Kohler Company in the forested seclusion of Mosel, Wisconsin, this tranquil hideaway allows guests to hunt, fish, and hike—all just mere steps from its ample, wraparound porch. A striking red standing-seam metal roof distinguishes the cabin from the surrounding countryside, while its timber frame, fashioned from reclaimed barn wood, fits seamlessly within this ideal setting.

Winter-Cabin-livingroomInside, the cabin is a magical interplay of soaring spaces paired with intimate, tucked away nooks. Whether you’re in the mood for family game night in the main living area under a dramatic cathedral ceiling or more inclined to curl up with a good book in the comfy upstairs loft, there’s room for everyone. Sandhill is also complete with first-rate amenities including a chef-inspired kitchen, sauna, and three levels of well-appointed interiors.

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Exposed wood beams and horizontal roofing planks give this loft bedroom at Sandhill a tucked-in, dreamy quality.Winter-Cabin-stairwaySandhill’s staircase allows the beauty of the cabin’s antique wood framing and walls to be on full display.

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While the kitchen’s materials are in sync with the cabin’s rustic ambiance, there’s nothing low-key about its state-of-the-art appliances and chef-inspired features.Winter-Cabin-bedroom A barn-door-like partition made of reclaimed vertical planks and hung on an overhead rail simply slides open or closed, depending upon the need for privacy in this master suite.

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Few things capture the cottage aesthetic more than the Kohler Iron Works Historic claw foot  tub, rough-hewn beams, and the similarly framed mirror that grace this tranquil bathroom.