Prentiss Balance Wickline Architects have designed this stunning rustic home tucked into a meadow away from the road in Seattle, Washington. This house capitalizes on an existing clearing to find mountain views while still screened by the trees beyond.
Exposed timber on the interior and the use of various wood finishes and natural stone suggest a classic mountain cabin, while large windows and sleeker forms bring a modern sensibility. Generous spaces let a quiet retreat easily morph into a place for family and friends.
What We Love: This beautiful Washington home offers its occupants a wonderful living environment, surrounded by nature. Large walls of glazing help to capture these views while flooding the interiors with natural light. Inside, the interiors are cozy and inviting, with lots of rustic wood for warmth. We love the overall aesthetics of this home, especially the living room with its double-height ceiling and rock-clad fireplace.
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Step inside this home to find light-filled living spaces and large windows that capture views of the distant mountains.
This radiant living room features a double-volume ceiling. floor-to-ceiling windows help to blur the lines between indoors and out. The central focal point of this space is the stacked stone fireplace, providing both warmth and ambiance. An opening under the mantel provides space for fire logs, acting as both function and beauty.
This main bedroom is minimally designed to focus on the views. A private balcony brings a feeling of tranquility and fresh breezes into this space.