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Revisit the Remodeling Process

Blog Cabin 2013 Time-Lapse Photography

Oh, do I have a treat for you! We curated the best images captured by our Cabin Cam into a series of slideshows. Now you can clearly see the transformation of this historic home from weathered, cedar shingle-clad cottage to inviting Southern-style coastal getaway.

Enjoy the time-lapse pictures and stay tuned for more informative content!

  • Posted at 2:53 pm on June 6, 2013
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209 Comments

  1. I haven't yet considered the new slide, but I did go to Laurie's website and saw video clips…I have liked the cottage from begin to finish–even though we can't see where it's "at" right now.I am seriously patiently waiting…

    House Plans on August 17, 2013 at 2:32 am
  2. loved the story behind the remodel. What wonderful and beautiful place to raise to a family. There must have been so many happy memories in that home and on that land.

    dottie gross on August 21, 2013 at 2:23 pm
  3. Thank you for making the decision to keep some original parts of this home when building the house. A home with a history is priceless. When looking at the completed home and then looking at the picture above, it is hard to believe this is the same structure. Everyone did a great job on this house. Whoever wins this coastal retreat will win a dream home!

    lovthesea on August 21, 2013 at 11:27 pm
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