How to Refresh Your Cabin Interior
The cabin is the quintessential American place of residence. Abraham Lincoln was born in a humble log cabin at Sinking Springs Farm. Teddy Roosevelt retreated to Maltese Cross Cabin to revive his soul after his mother and his first wife both died on Valentine's Day in 1884. And where did Henry David Thoreau pen Civil Disobedience, one of the most important essays ever contributed to the worldwide democratic tradition? Why, nowhere else but the cabin he built by the shore of Walden Pond, of course.
It's only fitting that you – yet another great American – should own a cabin as well. But maintaining your rustic abode doesn't simply require refreshing its exterior every now and so often. If you want your cabin to look great and last as long as possible, then you've also got to give its interior regular TLC.