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Lakeside cabin getaway boasts breathtaking views on Lake Chelan

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This beautiful lakeside cabin house was designed as a family retreat by architects Hoedemaker Pfeiffer, nestled on Lake Chelan in Washington. The project team was commissioned to create a 2,200 square foot home for a couple of siblings, to be shared between their two families. The property was originally purchased by their parents and has been a treasured destination for decades.

With a new house the owners saw the opportunity to engage the lake and mountains on one side and the hills and forest on the other. Working with vernacular forms on either side of the living room, the structure recalls the simple architectural character of the area while affording a living room that is little more than an extension of the gardens on either side.

Project Team: Architecture: ​Hoedemaker Pfeiffer | Contractor: ​​Rimmer + Roeter Construction​ | Interior Furnishings: ​​M Design + Interiors​ | ​Styling: ​Hoedemaker Pfeiffer & ​​Housewright Gallery​

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At once comforting and enclosing, this lakeside cabin is also expansive and fresh.​

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What We Love: This wonderful lakeside cabin offers a shared living experience family to gather and spend quality time together. Surrounded by a tranquil environment, living spaces were designed to maximize the water and mountain views. We are especially loving the design of the living room with its walls of glass that disappear to blur the indoor-outdoor boundaries while extending entertaining options.

Tell Us: What details in the design of this home do you find most appealing? Would this be your idea of the ultimate retreat for family gathering? Let us know in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of our favorite home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the architects of this project, Hoedemaker Pfeiffer: Beach house retreat with cozy farmhouse style on Whidbey Island and Waterfront shelter has amazing beach-chic lifestyle on Whidbey Island.

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Above: In the living room, the fireplace mantel is Valdez Sandstone. The task floor lamps are from Restoration Hardware, while the ceiling fixture is from Sonneman. The armchairs, pillows and throw on the sofa were all sourced from Housewright.

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Above: The artwork above the fireplace is by artist Brian Cypher: “Mass Melt”, 48 x 60 inches, Acrylic on panel, 2017; Studio E Gallery. 

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Above: In the kitchen, the island is painted in Sherwin-Williams Grey Gardens. Countertops are Arizona Tile Della Terra Quartz. Backsplash tile is Cle Zellige Moroccan Tiles in Weathered White. For the lighting, the pendant light are Circa Lighting, while the small white lights were sourced from Tech Lighting. Wood flooring is oak, from Burchette + Burchette. 

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Above: The kitchen sink is the Kohler Strive, while the faucet is Hansgrohe Talis S. Range. The hood above the range is Zephyr. The walls throughout this home along with the kitchen cabinetry is painted in Sherwin Williams Alabaster.

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Above: The dining table is custom designed by Meyer Wells. 

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Above: In this cozy window nook, a built-in bench is accented with throw pillows from Schoolhouse Electric.

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Above: The light fixture in this hallway is Schoolhouse Electric. Adding a bright and airy feel, the walls are painted in Sherwin Williams Alabaster.

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Above: In the master bedroom, large windows from views of the lake. On the bed, the quilt was sourced from Schoolhouse Electric. The wood floors were painted in Farrow + Ball Off-Black. The wall are is by artist Brian Cypher, “Grid Tree”, 24 x 30 inches, Acrylic on panel, 2017; Studio E Gallery.

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Above: A family room is used for family gathering to lounge, play games and watch television. The light fixtures were sourced from Schoolhouse Electric. The colorful pillows are from Housewright, while the throw is Pendleton. On the wall, the artwork is by artist Brian Cypher, “Diamond Minds”, 30 x 24 inches, Spray paint and oil stick on canvas, 2013; Studio E Gallery.

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Above: The light fixtures illuminating this hallway were sourced from Schoolhouse Electric. 

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Above: The exterior facade is clad with cedar siding that has a custom stain to match the bark of the pine trees. The deck is from Thermory USA. The exterior light fixtures were sourced from Barn Light Electric. The bifold doors are from La Cantina, while the rest of the metal clad windows and doors are from Windsor. The roof is metal.

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Photos: ​Kevin Scott​

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Jack Peetz
14 days ago

Hard to tell if I like the place. A copy of the floor plan would be nice to see how it all comes together and how big it is square footage wise. Some of the finishes are nice but can’t tell how they fit together without floor plan. Common flaw in your website. Very few floor plans shown.

Jack Peetz
13 days ago
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Thanks. I appreciate the reply. Owners most likely limit the architect’s ability to share plans as well, which I understand.