Style Siren Series - The Log Box

Style Siren Series - The Log Box

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We are always delighted and intrigued by the beautiful spaces that our pure linen collection goes to feature in. So much so that we have decided to bring you style and inspiration from those that we consider to be our Style Sirens.

We are located this week in the arresting hinterland of the Mornington Peninsula. A mecca for an array of award winning wineries and restaurants, however our feature this week, Log Box in Red Hill, implores you to take a back seat to the hive of activity.

In true sense of seeing the beauty in all things, Chloe Burgess and her husband identified dilapidated dairy sheds on their Red Hill acreage as an opportunity for a conversion to boutique, unique accommodation.

With rolling views extending out to Western Port Bay, the two converted cabins offer an intimate, minimalist retreat where guests are encouraged to reconnect with each other and the landscape around them.



Remaining true to its authenticity and environment, the original timber truss roof and raw ply lining are prominent features that project warmth and an intimate, cosy atmosphere. The cabin has been minimally furnished in keeping with the theme of the property. The open - plan bedroom has been simplistically styled with Flocca linen bedding in cool Fog. The loveseat featuring our Flocca Macaron cushions and draping linen curtains provides an inviting a nook to witness the dramatic sunrises of the morning.

The wood fire heater in the living area calls you to nestle into the bespoke sofa and settle into the easy luxury of our Flocca cushions. The intimate space is simply inviting you to pop the cork on a local bottle of wine and open the deck of playing cards.



The Log Box cabins show you that there is no place you need to go and no where you’d rather be.



For accommodation information: The Log Box Dairy Shed