Articles by Ellen Eberhardt

Ellen is an East Coast-based writer, designer, and former architectural working bee. She covers all things cabins at Field Mag.
15 Cozy Cabin Socks for Enjoying the Great Indoors This Season
15 Cozy Cabin Socks to Help You Embrace the Great Indoors This Winter

Soft, sustainable, and durable socks to keep you comfy all season long, Whether you live in a downtown apartment, suburban home, or log cabin

Italy's Off-Grid Hermitage Cabin Is a Prefab Made to be Moved
A Hut in Italy's Apennine Mountains Was Inspired by Japanese Teahouses & Woodworking

Assembled over a period of two weeks, an entire architecture studio contributed to the design and construction of this tiny off-grid dwelling

In Brazil, This Countryside Cabin Immerses Guests in Nature
This Cabin Retreat in the Countryside of Brazil Features Fire in Four Forms

Designed and built during the pandemic, this property surrounds guests with nature through wide-open views and spacious outdoor living areas

The Captain Whidbey Inn Is a Historic Design-Driven Outpost in the PNW
Staying at the Captain Whidbey Inn, a Historic Lodge in the Puget Sound

Set off the coast of Seattle on Whidbey Island, this recently renovated log inn has been serving guests for more than a hundred years

9 Modern & Rustic Cabin Rugs to Make Your Getaway a Bit More Cozy
Make Your Home Feel Like a Cabin With These Classic Area Rugs

From jute to braided wool, plaid and more, these stylish, durable rugs are built to withstand an indoor/outdoor lifestyle, and look good doing it

Stay in a Concrete Cabin at This New Portuguese Landscape Hotel
This Innovative Hotel Unites a Historical Site with Contemporary Prefab Construction

Made of interlocking concrete "slices," these prefab cabins strike a modern picture on former agricultural land in the remote Portuguese countryside

Raus Offers German Urbanites Respite With Chic Micro Cabin Rentals
Berlin-Based Cabin Company Raus Is On a Mission to Get City-Dwellers into Nature

The Berlin-based startup provides stylish retreats for city dwellers looking to escape the grind—and their newest cabin is a bold design retreat

AutoCamp Launches Outdoors-Focused Hotel Company Field Station
This New Lodging Company Is Turning Old Motels into Basecamps for Adventure

Instead of Airstreams & glamping tents, Field Station is turning old motels into adventure basecamps with gear rentals and community-oriented designs

Dwell Shows Off the Dwell House, a Prefab Home for Backyard Living
Design Magazine Dwell Made a Prefab Home You Can Put in Your Backyard

After covering architecture and design for over two decades, Dwell is producing a 540-square-foot home you can live in, rent out, or put to other uses

Stay in a Treehouse & Surf One Bali's Longest Wave at Lost Lindenberg
Stay in a Treehouse & Surf One of Bali's Longest Waves at Lost Lindenberg

This unique island resort offers guests treehouse digs, plant-based meals, black sand beaches, and access to world-class surf

The $55k Tigín Tiny Home Is the Perfect Starter Cabin
The Tigín Tiny Home Cost Just $55k and Is Built With Cannabis

Designed as an affordable abode for first-time home buyers, this tiny home features lightweight exterior paneling made of hemp

Trevor Davis' Strange & Creative Design Vision for William Ellery
Inside William Ellery, Where Trevor Davis' Strange & Creative Vision Comes to Life

How the once professional chef and former Tom Sachs' fabricator creates materials-driven "expedition gear" for outdoor wear in New York City