i’ll take the A-frame.
by victoria comment


green a-frame home via frank brinsley. / sfgirlbybay

frank brinsley.

wouldn’t we all love a cabin in the woods where we could go to get away from all? something small and cozy that was all our own? i’d choose an A-frame. they seem somewhat affordable, and they’re just kind of fun to look at. i have a pinboard dedicated to the a-frame, and my friend natalie has an awesome pinboard inspired by her A-frame lust. there’s something just so charming about a rustic A-frame — like perhaps they were originally built for gnomes. i doubt it, but it’s fun to think about. urban outfitters even has a ‘how-to’ on how to build an A-frame. if it came with its own lumberjack, even better.

how-to build an a-frame via urban outfitters. / sfgirlbybay

urban outfitters.

assorted a-frame cabins and decor / sfgirlbybay

clockwise, l to r: andrew t kearns; maritime museum in vancouver, via lindsay; FANFANBLANC; the yard pdx.

wood plank trail leading to a-frame cabin via daniel taipale. / sfgirlbybay

daniel taipale.

red and black a-frame cabin via modern thrift. / sfgirlbybay

modern thrift.

red and white a-frame cabin via rob strok. / sfgirlbybay

rob strok.

teal trimmed a-frame cabin via monsieur bojangles. / sfgirlbybay

monsieur bojangles.

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