Little Cottage features Salish Design and an L-shaped Kitchen

Little Cottage features Salish Design and an L-shaped Kitchen

You can have a cabin styled home in or near the city, but real cabin life requires a bit of know-how when it comes to living off the grid. We are talking here about building cabins in wooded areas or remote country areas.

Here are some things you should know about the cabin lifestyle before buying or building a cabin home.


The Wildwood Lakefront Cottage’s Salish Design is unique and efficient. With a slightly more condensed floor plan, space is well conserved with a ‘L’ shaped kitchen design and adequate interior storage. Integrated into the space is an area for a Splendide Washer and Dryer, ideal for the incidental small stuff. Large windows and access to optional outdoor spaces create an outdoor living experience while enjoying the comforts the Salish cottage offers.

The Salish design offers a generous loft space, available in two configurations – open and split for two separate sleeping rooms.


Three interior design schemes

Brushed nickel or chrome fixture choice

Solid wood cabinetry

Quartz countertops in kitchen & bathrooms

Flexible loft layout with carpeted stairs

Queen storage bed with hydraulic lifts

Plumbed laundry closet or storage 110 volt

Flexible loft layout with carpeted stairs

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