Canadian interior designer Robert Bailey has sent us photographs of a residence he has finished in Naramata, British Columbia, Canada.
Perched on the shores of gorgeous Lake Okanagan, this Naramata vacation home is a family’s “dream-come-correct.”
Inspired by consumer sketches and the surrounding geography, the project was designed from the ground up. The outcome is a present day home that remains correct to the notion of “cabin,” becoming humble and unpretentious.
We utilised French oak on the ceiling and floors, the pre-distressed, fumed planking presented relaxed however resilient surfaces. Forgiving, not precious, it is the strongest design material in the home. Our aim for the furnishings was to accomplish a sense
of simple luxurious comfort, that feels curated rather and developed.
Blurring the lines among indoor and outdoor residing, the home is relaxing, sturdy, and rugged, with a defined goal of summertime pleasure.
Interior Style: Robert Bailey Interiors
Photography: Josh Dunford