Kush Cabin Project
Wisconsin Cabin Remodel
The original cabin was built in the early 1900's.
The couple that purchased the cabin had intentions to tear it down and completely rebuild it.
The original cabin had old time logs with concrete in-between and you could see through the walls in spots.
The people who bought the original cabin were very tall and they could touch their heads in some of the lower spots on the ceilings.
By code we were required to keep one of the original walls.
There was multi-level concrete slab inside, so the owner poured a new level slab before construction started.
Michael Pomeroy Construction re-designed the layout for the new cabin.
We took ½ of the space from the existing porch and added it for a larger and more spacious living room.
The layout in the original cabin had the bathroom entrance in between the stove and refrigerator, so we re-designed the layout so you would enter off the living room.
Vinyl windows were selected and vinyl siding with aluminum soffit and fascia for a maintenance free exterior. Architectural shingles were chose for the roofing.
The interior of the cabin is all tongue and groove pine for a real cabin feel. All pine cabinets were used to match the woodwork throughout the cabin. The flooring in the kitchen, bathroom and porch floor is all ceramic tile and the bedroom and living room have carpeting.