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Sequim cabin mixes art and pragmatism

Enjoy a cabin with a cloud room and artist studio

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Hunting for someplace small and quiet but with a sense of style? It looks like an artist has been living in and decorating this two story cabin outside Sequim. Who’s next?

They’re asking $195,000 for a one bedroom, two bathroom house with 720 square feet. Divide by two and get 360 square feet per floor for some cozy quarters in a classic metal roofed cabin.

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Cleverly fractured rock purposely frames the fireplace in the living room. The image is artistic and iconic, but some of the other choices in the room are more pragmatic: wood paneling and vinyl flooring. At least they are low maintenance.

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Upstairs, a curvy clawfoot tub is set in a room of colors that compliment each other (plum and turquise?) creating a bit of romance.

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For an impressive paint job, set back into the master (and only) bedroom where the walls, ceiling, and even the room divider have been painted as a cloudscape. Blue skies are more common in Seqium’s drier microclimate, a climate that is appealing enough that some people more there for the sunshine.

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More pragmatism downstairs in the kitchen. There can be artistry in the cooking, but the appliances and cabinetry haven’t been embellished - unless retro was the style they were aiming for.

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A detached studio may explain the art touches throughout the house and around the 0.26 acre property. For some, that separate space and the quiet environment may be the most valuable part of the package.