This cabin is definitely the most amazing retreat I have seen in a while, partly because of its wonderful interior design and part thanks to the fantastic surroundings. Molly’s Cabin was designed by Canada-based Agathom Architects and it occupies 1,000 square feet in Pointe au Baril, a remote archipelago in the Georgian Bay, Canada.
The exquisite cabin retreat was built for a multi-generation family who wanted a place to spend their time together with the minimum of necessities and maximum comfort. Surrounded by exceptional surroundings that were captured in the design of the interiors and exteriors, Molly’s Cabin sits just 8 miles from the marina.
Encompassed in an L-shaped floor plan, the cabin shelters a bedroom, a living room with a small library nook, a kitchen/dining room and a small versatile loft serving as any other space needed. Constructed using recovered timber and topped off with a shingled asphalt roof, the cabin uses solar power and has an additional outhouse with a composting toilet and two older sleeping bunks, perfect for the owners. (Found on Contemporist)