- Associated Press - Thursday, March 26, 2015

STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) - The winning ceiling design for a Kosciusko cabin first imagined by Mississippi State University interior design majors will be featured on the National Geographic channel’s next episode of “Cabin Fever.”

It will air at 9 p.m. CDT Tuesday on NatGeo.

The cabin was constructed by Minnesota-based Heim Log Homes for Chris and Susan Strohm of Gallatin, Tennessee. The couple is the parents of MSU interior design senior Anna L. Strohm.

Strohm and her father contacted Beth Miller, interior design program head, about involving MSU in the show. After getting approval, the student’s competed and Strohm’s team won.

The winning concept was initially developed by Blake Marlar of Corinth. Other winning team members are Liz Grantham of Greenwood; Vanessa L. Holden of Biloxi; and Victoria M. Owchar of Ridgeland.


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