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Swan Lake House: Exterior, Entry, Kitchen, Living, Kitchen

Today we’re going to share the Swan Lake Project again! We showed you the guest bedroom & bathroom already, so we’re excited to take you through the photo tour!

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The designer did this really great light stone paired with a dark vertical siding and a shingle. Those materials have really natural tones, so they blend seamlessly with nature surrounding it! It looks out on to an incredible lake while feeling modern and speaking to the architecture of the home.

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There was an existing Red Barn that didn’t really flow with the rest of the home, so painted it black.

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When you walk into the home, the stone carries from the exterior into the interior, and it gave us a great backdrop to create this entry vignette. There’s black and white artwork above a light wood console with leather pulls. You’ll notice there’s black and white throughout the home because the project owner loves it so much! The angular lamp is very iconic, and sets the tone for the home.

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The console is custom, and the light wood is accented by the coolest pulls.

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Soaring ceilings and beautiful windows span the whole home, with the prettiest views of the lake.

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The Great Room is clean and very minimal, but it still feels soft with details like the dark chocolate velvet on the sofa. A few pieces of pillows with textural neutrals were used. It’s so serene! The fireplace wall is all stone, there’s no mantle!

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Having all the spaces open up to each other left little pockets of open space. They added interest to one in the great room with these two massive stone planters. They look amazing empty, or filled with a tree. They just have a nice worn and textural field to them that helps roughen up the clean lines of this minimal house. They paired it with a Tripod Linen Shade Floor Lamp (get a similar one ).

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Although the kitchen, dining, and living spaces are combined, they decided to go with just one large light fixture. This Sputnik Tree Branch chandelier has almost lightsaber effects, and makes a massive statement! It may not be perfect for everybody, but it’s perfect for the project owner and his space. The table was made by the project owner’s friend, which is a cool personal detail in the home. Designers paired the table with these pretty chairs with cool tones that balance out the warmth.

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They had to get everything right with the combinations in the kitchen. From cabinetry to flooring, and all the beams. Usually lots of designers would play with contrast, but for this project they matched the aesthetic of the home by using the same warm woods on the floors and the beams. The kitchen was large enough for two islands! They used waterfall white carrara marble and carried through to the backsplash of the floating shelves.

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