It could be because we all get sucked into reno shows on HGTV, or it could be because there’s a ton of property out there with big-time potential that’s yet to be realized, but we’ve all found ourselves scouring the real estate listings of some quaint country town looking for the perfect fixer-upper. Well, this couple not only scoured, but also scored, and they scored big time with this cabin in upstate New York. Following a two-year renovation project they completed entirely on their own, The Hunter Greenhouse is officially open for overnight stays.
Located just a couple hours north of NYC in Tannersville, this gorgeous glass-faced cabin has been refitted from top to bottom and is hitting all our design requirements. There’s an indoor hammock, a living wall, a cozy living space with a hanging swing, and so much more. We recently caught up with the couple behind the design and reno, and got the full scoop on what it takes to pull off such a massive project. Read on for all the dirty details from Danielle and Ely in the jump below.