Nahahum Cabin by Balance Associates

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

More than just your typical cabin in the woods, the Nahahum Cabin is a modern marvel nestled within the rolling hills of the Pacific Northwest.

Located in Cashmere, Washington (about two hours from Seattle), this wood-framed wonder was designed by the team at Balance Associates. The two-story dwelling spans 1,500 square feet, and thanks to the floor to ceiling windows, offers unprecedented views of the surrounding Wenatchee Mountains. The interior aesthetics are in line with the exterior, clean lines and contemporary furnishings all throughout. The living room, dining room and kitchen are located on the main floor, which features an open living space, along with a shared bathroom and multi-purpose utility area. Meanwhile the loft space upstairs houses a nice off-site workspace.

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