Compact and affordable, the Deer Run house plan offers efficient space and lots of fun. Architect William H. Phillips used both the vernacular structures of the rural South and more refined outbuildings of Colonial Williamsburg as inspiration for this delightful cabin style.
Although compact, the kitchen is still large enough for the family to gather. It opens directly into the living and dining rooms, allowing for easy passage when entertaining guests or hosting a dinner party.
To maximize every inch, open shelving is efficient while adding a sense of custom quality and function. It also allows guests to easily find what they're looking for.
In this house, the living room seems twice as large, thanks to the vaulted ceiling and tall windows. Honest use of natural materials such as stone and cedar combine with simple detailing to create an authentic cabin feel.
The adjoining dining space adds to the open, relaxed mood of the interiors. See how the first floor flows to accommodate a single family or weekend guests.