Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Hog Hill


A cute, little cabin in Hog Hill, Maine created by B Five Studio. With a name like Hog Hill, then I'm sure to like it or at least be amused. Reminds me of funny North Carolina road names. I think there is a Hog Pen Road around here somewhere? Oh, and that top play room could easily be converted into my new studio - what do you think?

48 comments:

That Girl Designs said...

Your new studio...oh yes! I really love that first image. Just makes me want to hide away for a while.

Joyce said...

I love this cabin! By looking on the outside I would never think it would be so open and inviting inside. Wait let me pack a bag!

lisamarie said...

ahh! That top playroom would make a perfect studio/craft room!
oh and i'm glad you like my bike bag! we're going to start the heavy marketing push next month.

seesaw designs said...

I love this cabin... and yeah, the top photo makes me want to curl up next to a fire with a book.

leah said...

i. want. no matter the name. i. want.

Munted kowhai said...

the way the lights hit into the attic room aka your new studio ( hehe) makes the sides look like they're curving, what a neat photo!

Fiesta Lady said...

Diana, you are thinking of HOG SLIDE ROAD in NC. Fantastic cabin in the mountain. Wonder if there is a lake?

Krissy said...

yeah. i am in lust.

Lauren K said...

I think I'm sold. I'll take it. So warm and cozy!

Michelle Parks McCourt said...

super cute. love the windows.

thelaundryisneverfinished said...

ooh! just looked it up and i'm not too far away; definitely do-able! i think i might have to don some snowshoes and go take a peek in the window. ;-) i would love to escape there...

dwellings and decor said...

What a sweet and modest house. I think that would be a great place for a studio. The architecture is lovely.

Kelly C. said...

this is AMAZING. i just love it. and "hog hill" makes me giggle!

Courtney said...

I might be in hog heaven (oh, ha ha ha...bad joke.) This cabin really does look like a perfect, cozy retreat for winter, and the loft space would make an amazing studio! Oh, I love it.

Tina said...

what a cute place, i love open space living! and yes that top room is so crying out loud for a makeover (into a gorgeous studio! ;)

josephine said...

what a gorgeous little hideaway! it love how warm it looks on the inside.

emily said...

What a cute cabin! I've never heard of Hog Hill (and I'm a Mainer), but now I kind of want to visit ♥

annechovie said...

Thanks so much for your visit and comment today! Very cool name and blog header you have!

Uncle Beefy said...

"YOUR" studio? How about "our" new studio? Really...I'm surprisingly amenable to sharing! ;)

OMG! So falippin' adorable! (No...not me, silly...the house!) Hog Pen Road...try Toe Jam Hill!!! A real street name in my neck of the woods! Eew!

Pravina Studio said...

I wish I had a studio that awesome. What a cute place!

Ashley said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

All the best,
Ashley

rainycitystyle.blogspot.com

la la Lovely said...

Hog Hill looks pretty heavenly to me :)

Laura @ the shorehouse. said...

I'm in Hog (Hill) Heaven!!

I think I could be very comfortable there (but will consider surrendering it to you for your studio. :-)

Georgia B. said...

beautiful. it reminds me a lot of a place we stayed at in Michigan for Christmas a couple of years ago—only Hog Hill looks about 5 times the size!

Hila said...

I would LOVE to live in a place like this - it looks just perfect (snow and all).

Grace@PoeticHome said...

Oh yes, that would be a GORGEOUS studio. I love all attics and lofts. I've also been secretly hoping for a vertical garden to magically appear in my living room :)

The Lil Bee said...

I think yes. Definitely yes.

Victoria said...

I want.

Victoria said...

(I wish!)

Girl Japan said...

This is amazing ... Gorgeous.. is this your vay-cay retreat? Comfortable, inviting, yet whimsical and fun!!

K.Line said...

Soooo beautiful. I love these photos.

[J] said...

I saw that vertical garden you have on your side bar & totally was going to blog about it but then when I went to Smith & Hawkin's website I couldn't find it. :( Oh well, wouldn't it be wonderful to have several of these and have them angled in a row somewhere in the yard? I wonder if there's a way to make your own?...

i.d. said...

Adorable - in that second photo the room itself looks like a dollhouse!

Jane Flanagan said...

I love the off-kilter window placement, makes it seem so doll-like and homey.

hmstrjam said...

Perfect.

A Day That Is Dessert said...

Love - hog heaven! I can totally see as your studio.

Charlotte Tollstén said...

What a fantastic place! I want to be there now!!

Jill said...

[thanks for stopping by my blog]

that cabin seems so serene, and i love that loft, a perfect studio indeed.

jae said...

As I was reading it, I was thinking they could call it Hog Pen and I wouldn't care......then I saw Beefy's comment! That "studio" is perfect.

summer said...

mmm... i've been dreaming of cabins lately. how perfect!

joanne said...

oh wow...this is amazing....i'll take one too...and of course you just must have a housewarming creative pajama party and invite all of your blogging friends...old AND new :)

littlebyrd said...

I think it would make a fine studio indeed! I love all of the windows...sigh.

erin@designcrisis said...

Mmm, yes, and can you invite me when you get your studio all ready!

aimee said...

yes!! i had forgotten - north carolina does have some very odd street names!

Fifi Flowers said...

Great little cabin! It looks big inside!

bronwyn said...

Love this house!! Open and cozy at the same time.

mary said...

I LOVE, LOVE this little place! Ohmygosh.

The Nerdy Fashionista said...

love that attic!

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