Cabin at a Look
Who lives right here: A pair whose children have left the nest
Location: Downtown Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Dimension: 800 sq. toes (74 sq. meters); one bed room, one rest room
Designers: Sierra Fallon and Lindsey Jamison of Rumor Design + reDesign (inside design) and Mountain Structure Design Workforce (structure)
Builder: Dobell Contracting
A ancient log cabin on a pairâs park-like assets in downtown Steamboat Springs, Colorado, impressed them to create a partner’s mother suite. âTo start with they regarded to outfitting the ancient cabin, however at someplace between 200 and 300 sq. toes it used to be simply too small,â inside clothier Sierra Fallon says. As an alternative, they preserved the unique cabin and constructed this 800-square-foot accent living unit, or ADU. It serves as in a single day digs for his or her folks and college-age children once they consult with, an leisure hub for events and card recreation nights, and a great place for sitting outdoor and taking part in the adjoining creek. The log cabin is simply at the back of the brand new cabin.
The valuablesâs location on the finish of the cul-de-sac subsequent to a park makes it a unprecedented downtown spot thatâs surrounded through nature but in addition a brief stroll from the department stores and eating places of Steamboat Springs. The access is at the left, and the principle home is off that aspect of the cabin. Fallon and her colleague Lindsey Jamison of Rumor Design + reDesign collaborated with Mountain Structure Design Workforce from the start of the design procedure. Impressed through the ancient cabin, the designers gave this cabin a mountain fashionable glance. It mixes fashionable architectural taste with rustic fabrics like picket and stone. Thereâs additionally a residing roof over the again a part of the cabin.