“Cabin Brothers,” slated to air this fall on DIY Network, will follow twin brothers John and Ron Daniels as they work with clients from across the globe to create cozy, custom-built cabins priced from $97,500 to $160,000, said Nate Calloway, the show’s creator and co-executive producer.
The 250-square-foot structures range in style from a classic log cabin to a sophisticated wine country cottage to a bunk house with a crank-raised bedroom roof perfect for stargazing.
Based in Paso Robles’ Tin City industrial complex, Daniels Wood Land uses reclaimed wood and other materials to build a wide variety of structures. Among them: luxury tree houses, play structures and commercial themed projects such as animatronic shooting galleries and water wheels for restaurants, stores and amusement parks.
“What (the Daniels brothers) do is so incredible and amazing that I wanted to make sure what they do continued to be shared with the world,” said Calloway, who created “Redwood Kings.”
Calloway said the company’s cabins are “marketed toward people who want something really unique and high end.”
“Whatever the client can dream up, their concept artist, (art director) Edward (Walton) Wilcox, can put it on paper and Daniels Wood Land can build it,” Calloway said, whether it’s a full-time residence, a rental property or a vacation getaway.
Shooting on “Cabin Brothers” is set to start in July, with the show due to air on DIY Network as early as late October.