Interior / May 8, 2018 / Jayda Hummel.
In the U-shaped kitchen, Shakerstyle cabinetry with polished nickel pulls and a shiplap backsplash deliver refined traditional beach house style. Sleek white stools blend in to the peninsula for a clean look, and the Moroccan rug adds an unexpected element.
“We wanted everything to look timeless,” says Amy of the Carrara marble countertop and hexagon-tiled floor in the main bathroom, dubbed the kids’ bathroom. A narrow casement window is flanked by rectangular mirrors and wall sconces, all in polished nickel.
A deep blue rug acts as an anchor in the living room, where white walls and delicate artwork give off a light and airy vibe. The modern silhouette of the coffee table contrasts the classic features in the room, such as the tufted-back armchair, with its traditional yet playful upholstery. “That pattern has been a long-time favourite of mine,” Rebecca says.
In the master bedroom, the panelling resembles the hallway wainscotting with crown moulding added to mirror the character in the original parts of the home. Floor-to-ceiling windows in this addition bring in light, and a large blue antique rug reflects lake and sky.