Who wouldn’t love to win a fully renovated and furnished vacation getaway along North Carolina’s stunning Crystal Coast? DIY Network has transformed a circa-1800′s cedar-shake cottage into a classic Southern stunner. The home features two bright and sunny floors and sits along North Carolina’s Crystal Coast.
If you aren’t familiar with the show, here is the low-down. Blog Cabin is the groundbreaking multimedia experience based on a very simple idea: You Design It, We Build It, You Could Win It! This truly interactive series asks Internet users to vote on the design features for a real vacation getaway. Blog Cabin will then be featured on six special episodes of the hottest DIY Network shows: Mega Dens, Bath Crashers, Yard Crashers,House Crashers, Kitchen Crashers and Desperate Landscapes. Expert hosts from these series will be on hand to rebuild the circa-1892 cedar shake cottage that will become a luxurious home for a lucky sweepstakes winner.
There are way too many delicious details to share with you, so we’ll share some of our favorite areas of the home and encourage you to visit DIY Network’s Blog Cabin 2013 for all the juicy behind the scenes photos and information. Make sure you enter twice a day to win this beautiful vacation home too!
HOME EXTERIOR – The cabin has been reconstructed within the footprint of its former self and is situated on three acres. Your very own dock along the waterfront too!
EAST ENTRANCE - A natural pathway leads from the driveway to the home’s covered side entrance, shaded by the property’s grand cedar trees.
GREAT ROOM - Furnishings were selected for their clean lines and spa-style color palette. Woven wicker-style furnishings feel right at home in the waterfront cottage.
KITCHEN - Nestled in a portion of the home’s original living room, the classic kitchen offers modern conveniences and incorporates elements reclaimed from the circa-1800s home.
DINING - The team from Kitchen Crashers created this unique glass-topped dining table which made use of the home’s original corner posts. Dimmable LED lights illuminate beach combing treasures scattered atop a bed of sand, reclaimed from the property’s own beachfront. Seashells and sea glass from nearby Harkers Island surround an old glass bottle filled with a special message.
SUN ROOM - A cozy reading and relaxation space which exemplifies the rustic chic interior design through the home.
LANDING - At the top of the staircase, a built-in library showcases vintage curios donated by the former owners.
MASTER BEDROOM - A crisp white comforter serves as a neutral canvas for paisley-print and striped duvets and a cozy coverlet, folded at the bed’s edge.
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