This two-story Canadian vacation home is located on the shores of Lake Okanagan, British Columbia, and was designed by Robert Bailey Interiors. The designers were inspired by client sketches and the surrounding geography when they came up with the blueprint for the home.
“The result is a modern home that reminds true to the idea of a cabin. Blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living, the home is relaxing, durable, and rugged, with a defined purpose of summertime pleasure.” The designer's words hold true. The home really looks like a luxurious upgraded cabin, especially the docks leading to the sea and the wooden-walled bathrooms. Down to the tiniest detail, the home is inspired by cottage life. In the bathrooms there are two side-by-side sinks and a rectangular bar for a window that lets in enough light but allows for privacy.
Robert Bailey Interiors Used Surroundings to Get Creative
1. Indoor-outdoor Living - Opportunity for interior designers to create homes that blur the lines between indoor and outdoor living.
2. Geographic-inspired Design - Opportunity for designers to use the surrounding geography and client input to create unique and personalized home designs.
3. Luxurious Cabin Living - Opportunity for designers to create homes that offer the relaxed and rugged feel of a cabin, while still being luxurious and modern.
1. Interior Design - Opportunity for interior designers to create unique and individualized home designs that take inspiration from the surrounding geography and their client's input.
2. Home Construction - Opportunity for home construction companies to offer unique and personalized home designs that incorporate aspects of indoor-outdoor living and luxurious cabin living.
3. Real Estate - Opportunity for real estate companies to market homes that offer the luxury of a vacation cabin with the modern amenities of a permanent residence.