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You can rent this Lake Tahoe cabin decked out in Heath Ceramics style

It costs $405 per night

A wood framed room with exposed beams and a vaulted ceilings. Trees are be seen via the windows.
Floor-to-ceiling windows offer views of the trees outside.
Photos courtesy of Heath Ceramics

Heath Ceramics owners Cathy Bailey and Robin Petravic have spent the last seven years renovating a circa-1973 cabin in Alpine Meadow into a rental boasting their company’s signature style. During the couple’s time at this Lake Tahoe getaway, they filled it with vintage goods—like books, art, and linens—and the latest pieces and furnishings sold by the Sausalito-based company.

Now you can rent the place for $405 per night.

“We transformed our cabin into a living space that favors the simple, beautiful life, surrounded by design, and promoting honest-to-goodness presence and enjoyment,” says Bailey.

The brass tacks: It comes with four bedrooms (and four beds), two bathrooms, and can accommodate up to 10 guests. The cabin is right on Bear Creek and features enviable views of Squaw Valley’s peaks. There’s also a creek in the yard, and for the powderhounds out there, skiing isn’t too far away.

A bed with bright red, blue, and white vertical stripped comforter.
Vivid colors and fun patterns add a bit of much-needed lightness to the cabin’s overall warmth. The clock above the bed is made by Heath Ceramics.

For those of you who prefer to ditch the glacial weather and stay indoors, you can bask in solitude with a bevy of Heath Ceramics, from numerous muted vases to colorful tile work in the kitchen and bathroom. Even the coffee table comes topped with Heath.

There are also accents and furnishings created by other noted makers, like design team Jamey Garza and Constance Holt-Garza’s colored blankets, Muir flatware by Sherrill Manufacturing, a dining table by Jacob May Design, leather oval chairs by Garza Marfa, and LA-based artist Nancy Pearce bronze ashtray (which, ahem, you can also find in Curbed SF’s holiday gift guide).

All of these can be purchased at Heath.

A small kitchen next to an open dining area with a big wooden dining table all set for dinner.
The kitchen and dining area.
A room with a stone fireplace, white walls, L-shaped couch, and a coffee table with red tile on top.
An intimate setting with a Heath tile-topped coffee table.

A kitchen counter with red tile.
Apple red tile backsplash made using Heath tiles.
A long hallway with floor-to-ceiling windows at the end. A muted rug runner is on the floor.
A dramatic moment in the hallway.
Wooden bookshelves with lights, books, and a few small ceramic vases.
Shelving adorned with bud and multi-stem vases.
Glass shower door and shower covered in lime-green tile.
A small bathroom covered in Heath tiles.