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Cozy cabin in Minnesota provides idyllic getaway for a fishing trip

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This cozy trout fishing cabin designed by SALA Architects is accessible by crossing a stream, nestled into a valley in Southeastern Minnesota. Highlights to this compact 1,600 square foot design includes a central soapstone wood stove, southern and eastern views and a unique sleeping accommodation.

Project Team: Architecture: SALA Architects | Construction: WA Kreofsky

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Above: The cabin’s spacious three-season screened-in porch is ideal for enjoying late nights free from pesky bugs.

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What We Love: Despite this cozy fishing cabin’s rustic aesthetic, it doesn’t skimp out on the simple day-to-day luxuries. An inviting front porch, sun-drenched screened-in porch and cozy sleeping nooks, this amazing cabin in the woods is the ultimate getaway for nature lovers.

Tell Us: What do you think of this cabin design, would you feel right at home here? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments!

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 home, SALA Architects: Dreamy lakeside getaway nestled on the shores of Lake Minnetonka and This lakeside haven provides a spectacular family retreat on Lake Huron.

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Above: There is no need for wall art in this home when you are greeted by a canvas of lush forest. The architect installed floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room, bringing the magnificent outdoors inside. The windows are operable, allowing for fresh cross-breezes during the warm summer months.

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Above: Located at the heart of this home is a soapstone Tulikivi fireplace, which heats the entire cabin. All of the cabinetry, trim work and flooring (bedrooms) are made from locally sourced woods.

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Above: In the kitchen, the countertops are soapstone. The ceiling and beams are fir, and the cabinetry is made of a locally-sourced cherry wood. The two woods play off of each other really nicely, and provide some beautiful depth and detail to the kitchen! The flooring is a slate tile over a heated floor. 

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Above: The flooring for the main living spaces of this cabin is slate.

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Above: While a master bedroom is located on the main floor, another bed is is located in the upstairs loft space. The bed’s wooden board plays double-duty as a partition from the rest of the room. Clever tricks were integrated into the design, including building under-bed storage and foregoing bedside table lamps for pendant lights, saving much needed space.

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Above: Another sleeping quarter is carved out in a cabin nook. Drawers integrated beneath the bed eliminates the need for a chest of drawers. Love the closet’s built-in bench!

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Above: The A-line frame, red shingled roof and welcoming porch lends a classic cabin aesthetic.

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Photos: Troy Thies Photography

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