An Escape from the City – Cabin in Suncadia by Gelotte Hommas

Our Cabin in Suncadia is created using wooden elements of mountain architecture intertwined with contemporary design's metal, creating a fabulous fusion of new and old design styles.
Our Cabin in Suncadia is created using wooden elements of mountain architecture intertwined with contemporary design’s metal, creating a fabulous fusion of new and old design styles.

Inspired by the mountainous wilderness surrounding the popular vacation destination Suncadia Resort, Cabin in Suncadia was designed to perfectly utilize the warm tones of nature in unison with a rustic, inviting structure.

The area surrounding Suncadia is a hot spot for cabins and vacation homes, where families can escape the stress and bustle of city life. Cabins continue to be popular vacation homes since they complement the beautiful natural surroundings that Washington is so well known for while also providing an atmosphere that is warm and inviting.

Inspired by the area and his experiences growing up in the relative wilds of Montana, Cabin in Suncadia’s architect Scott Hommas looked towards mountain architecture when designing the vacation home near Roslyn, WA. The use of wood, a traditional element often found in cabin home designs, is uniquely combined with the use of metal for a more contemporary design that still retained a mountain home aesthetic.

Our Cabin in Suncadia boasts 2,300 square feet and consists of a master suite on the main level, a second bedroom upstairs along with third, bonus upstairs room. The dining room opens expansively to a covered porch in the back of the house. Plenty of large windows allow the homeowners to soak in the views of the great outdoors. For cold nights, a stunning two-sided fireplace anchors the great room- giving families an area to gather and relax together.

The Cabin in Suncadia is just one example of our many cabin home designs. To learn more information about cabin homes, or to hear more about The Cabin in Suncadia, be sure to contact us at Gelotte Hommas today.

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