When choosing accent colors on a cabin you can’t go wrong in picking historic shades like we see here.
This cabin is very attractive and it’s obvious that it has experienced a recent restoration.
Unfortunately, the chinking was done improperly and as a result this cabin will be in need of major restoration (log replacements and re-chinked) in less than 10 years.
Here is a good example of properly installed chinking… notice how the chinking is recessed a bit from the faces of the logs allowing water to run off and not get behind the chinking and rot the logs. The folks that restored this cabin did however fall short with their modern finish treatment of the gable ends, and with the protruding window trim.