Shore-Side Re-Treat: House constructed with French Oak is modern & rustic with nautical touches

Shore-Side Re-Treat: House constructed with French Oak is modern & rustic with nautical touches

1 January, 2014  |  Exterior, House Interior

Robert Bailey Interiors are responsible for this gorgeous two-storey house situated on the shores of scenic Lake Okanagan, British Columbia, Canada. Inspired by the surrounding landscape, they have created this house from the ground work up, and in doing so have constructed a beautiful large house, with large windows to allow light to flood in, and a wonderful mixture of stone and wood to finish the exterior. Inside, from ceiling to floor they have used French Oak to maximise its luxurious, yet natural atmosphere and as you can see from the photographs, it has such a rustic feel without the rugged look. The decor is so very delicate and light, and is beautifully complimented by the French Oak as well as the furniture which adds a touch of modernity to the whole house. The whole design has a slight nautical theme to it which is perfect for its location.

stone in the exterior

large sliding door

living room with lake view

wooden ceiling

house interior

stone wall in the dining room

stone and wood in the interior dining room

dining room with kitchen

White furniture in the kitchen

home office

home office interior

wooden staircase

decor elements near the stairs

wooden floor in the interior

little place to work in the house

bedroom interior

bedroom with large window overlooking the lake

wooden floor in the bathroom

wood ceiling in the bathroom

shower made ​​of glass

modern bathroom

toilet wooden decoration

 

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