To make the interiors feel as big as possible, the great room's ceiling reaches up to the second floor and sets of French doors join the space with the back porch. Ladders lead intriguingly up to two sleeping lofts.
Reclaimed wood ceilings, bark panels from Bark House and treetop views help bring the Great Outdoors into this gorgeous master bedroom. A cool chandelier and a piece of art featuring a fox add a playful touch to the design.
When this patio garden was conceived, the landscape architect was remembering a year in Provence. The French country garden boasts concrete pavers, a trellis covered in cup-and-saucer vines, purple leaf plum trees and flowering ground cover.
The exterior of the lake house is defined by materials like locally milled douglas fir, eastern white bark on cedar planks, poplar bark shakes and New Baltimore Stone that was quarried close to the project site. In turn, the home feels perfectly in tune with its environment.
After a day of hiking or skiing, the owners will love grabbing a drink from the downstairs bar. Where clean lines and open shelves help the space feel sleek and modern, bark panels from Bark House bring in some raw, natural texture. To complement the look, the designers pulled in faux-fur barstools too.