Special Guest Post: by Three Potato Four

by Stu & Janet from Three Potato Four

Hello, Janet and Stu here from Three Potato Four. Thought we'd share a little family trip with you that we took recently. Between owning a small business and two young kids (3 years + 4 months) sometimes getting away for a bit is desperately needed. Recently the four of us retreated to this amazing secret hideaway called Lost River Modern, a prefab cabin in the woods of West Virginia. It is set upon a steep hill in the mountains, where you truly feel like you are in a treehouse. Looking out through a wall of windows, we were lucky enough to catch the last of the Fall leaves. The cabin was designed by the award-winning, New York City-based architecture firm Resolution:4 Architecture (who also created the original dwell home) and is run by a young husband and wife couple from DC. It was a much needed and much appreciated break (especially the bacon, eggs and toast in the morning and smore's at night), if only for a few days. Our only regret was not venturing out onto the "logging trail", which looked as mysterious as it did precarious with a baby in-tow.


Stu + Janet
Three Potato Four

Jan Halvarson


Chakra Pennywhistle said...

Oh my goodness! I am originally from WV! What part of WV is this located? I have been so excited about the tourism in WV and how it has evolved.

The house looks spectacular! Thank you so much for posting about this!

Anonymous said...

Looks absolutely beautiful! a little far from me though (I live in Denmark)... love the photos of the interior.

samantha hahn said...

oh my gosh...I just want to live there. Forget Brooklyn....That place is perfection.

Unknown said...

Beautiful house!

Coco Cake Land said...

wowee. loving this cabin in the woods. i'd like to order one of these pre-fabs please!! ps, cutest family ever too...