Open cabinetry provides plenty of space for storing beach towels and other lake necessities in this spacious cottage bathroom. An apron-front sink and closed cabinet storage are featured below the open shelving.
The Horseshoe Bay residence was stripped down to the foundation and only a few walls remained when Jay Corder and his team began their remodel. With the residence sitting on lake front property, site slope was a major factor in the overall design and site plan of the house. The boathouse dock area and walkway follow the same terraced layout as the waterfront residence further from the water. Overhanging trees provide pools of shade alongside the sunbathing areas and fishing dock.
To update the look of this lake house's front exterior facade, designers rejuvenated the cedar shingle roof and had new copper gutters installed. Blue siding was put on the house, and the existing garage door was replaced with a mahogany one, and the Dutch door was restored to bring back the home's charm. To put the finishing touch on the home, new landscaping was added, making the home feel cozy and inviting.
With all the windows in the home's rear facade plenty of natural light gets in during the day, while also allowing the homeowners to have a beautiful view of the lake. At night, the windows allow the home's artificial light ouside, giving it a glowing, elegant appearance
An oversized round fire pit overlooks the lake in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Gibson's Nursery & Landscape Supply in Spokane, Wash., which used Belgard's Mega Arbel pavers in a custom color for the patio and fire pit.
This casual, contemporary home on Lake Austin was built for fun and entertaining. The entry welcomes guests and residents with a green, grassy lawn and a front door cozily enclosed by the pale stone wall exterior.