Inspiration is easily found in the earth-toned bedroom—from the trees just beyond the expansive glass.
Samuel specified a custom velvet built-in headboard, then had it adorned with simple floating bedside shelves.
In this living area, a built-in Murphy bed can be pulled down to create a flexible sleeping area when needed.
This custom glass structure by Ilex Construction allows for an abundance of light during the day.
The master bedroom has French doors which lead to the outside.
Windows offer wraparound views in the master bedroom.
A hammock hangs on the bedroom balcony, creating an idyllic spot for relaxation.
Inside, Metropolitan armchairs by B&B Italia and Artek stools flank a Morsø stove.
The second bedroom has perforated boards installed at eye level.
Gyp Rock is a standout feature in the upper-level master bedroom, which connects to a deck built on the moss rock.
A peek at one of the bedrooms that looks out to the courtyard.
One of the bedrooms.
The revamp also comprised of reworking the layout of the master suite.
The pavilion on the northern end of the house is where the four bedrooms and two bathrooms are located.
The lake-facing outdoor terrace can be accessed through the bedroom.
One of the bedrooms that looks out to the tree tops.
Rammed earth, brick and wood give the bedroom a warm, rustic atmosphere.
The master bedroom unites the rest of the home's shades and textures in a calm palette.
Rasmus Fenhann’s Douglas-fir and shoji-paper suspension light and a 1960’s Charlotte Perriand Sandoz larch stool...