The ten-acre lakefront property takes full advantage of its prime location. Landscape architect Todd Richardson replaced most existing plantings with native species in an effort he describes as “beautification as naturalization.”
The master bedroom’s pine walls continue into the bath, where they are whitewashed to add variation.
Located on the ground floor, the master bedroom is “all about the views,” says designer Kalur. With its simple furnishings and horizontally paneled pine walls, “it’s their little Zen space,” she adds.
A modern pendant chandelier hangs above the dining table.
A pedestrian bridge connects the main house to three small cabins, designated for the homeowners’ sons.
The main house is divided into distinct, layered volumes; the top floor holds a guest suite and a kitchenette.
Each cabin features a built-in queen bed and a twin daybed.
The quietly refined kitchen blends in with the open-plan space. Concrete countertops add modernity, while leather bar stools lend a soft touch.
The dining area offers capacious views from an extension table found on Etsy and surrounded by Bacco chairs (designed by Omar De Biaggio, who named them for Bacchus, the Roman god of wine). Floors throughout are torrefied red oak.
The living area’s vaulted ceiling permits ample natural light. Interior designer Claudia Kalur chose custom Kravet sofas for their clean, modern look.