You don't need a big house to get all you need. This compact plan still allows for a great 16x16 lake porch for seasonal outdoor living.
This charming fireplace anchors a three season, three sided porch, looking both to the lake and the woods.
This field stone fireplace gives a soft feel to an intimate living room. Note the wet bar to the right of the fireplace, which serves as a space saving technique in smaller homes.
Entryways ought to be celebrations. This columned roof pediment makes an inviting entrance, especially when the view through the windows is straight through to the lake itself.
Great rooms are made by great fireplaces.
This open concept wet bar looking through to fireplace makes entertaining smooth and easy.
In open concept living, we can define spaces by ceiling treatments and light fixtures, as seen here with this charming chandelier centering the dining table.
This excellent example of Colorado mountain style sits on a ridge overlooking Walloon Lake. The rustic image fits well among the other cottages.
A mid-century modern interior to be featured in Traverse Magazine in the coming year
When you're pondering the imponderables, it's nice to have a good view.
Covered porches make perfect places to enjoy the outdoors while protecting oneself from summer rainstorms, or just too much sun.
Summer porches extend living space and invite memories that are nothing short of magical.
Come rain, snow or sunny summer breezes, Northern Michigan is the place to be!
These timber trusses frame the lake view from the second floor catwalk. Rustic evokes cathedral with the way the light plays in this space.
Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!
Another magical sunset, perfectly framed.
There's nothing like a room with a view!