Set in the beautiful Chandos Lake region of Ontario, Canada, the Fox View Cottage was designed as a home-away-from-home. A lesson in peace and comfort, the home’s high ceilings, and large scenic windows provide a light and calm atmosphere, that paints an air of simple sophistication.
The use of natural wood and neutral tones brings a soulful touch to the interiors. In order to create tension and visual interest, the textures and textiles inspire a sense of nobility by conveying the charm of traditional patterns with a contemporary twist. The texture of woven wool, reminiscent of classic menswear, combined with the heavy leather of the saddle imbues the décor with a quiet masculine energy.
Every kid needs a woodsy sanctuary when the adults get too overbearing and all you really want is to retreat to the wilderness. Treehouses have always been a safe haven for the daring adventurer, big or small.
A traditional arrow weathervane sits atop the decorative cupola adorning the highest point of this four-season cottage.
Birch bark can be woven, folded and manipulated into a variety of artsy projects and be harvested without doing any damage to the tree. It is naturally waterproof and provides a rich graphic surface upon which to let your imagination roam.
The sunroom is meant as a transitional zone between living indoors and out. It replicates the interior palette but with a touch of warm and cheerful yellow.
Even small kitchen spaces can be made into an oasis of functionality.
Warm natural leather adds a more masculine feel to shared living spaces.
Being able to connect with friends and family while preparing a meal makes an ordinary task an extraordinary adventure.
The complex geometric patterns skillfully etched into a quiet color palette are meant to catch the eye while providing room to breathe.
Textures and textiles are a great way to accent living quarters. They add a touch of character to a classic style.
Long lines and natural wood tones play up the light and open feeling of natural white plaster walls.