"Thanks to nubby textures, soft finishes, and warm wood walls, this casual, comfortable retreat on the tree-lined shores of Bone Lake, Wisconsin, makes a perfect fit for a family of five."
Mixed materials—soapstone countertops, subway tile, reclaimed beams, Douglas fir cabinets, and rush barstools— reinforce a collected aesthetic. The range hood features the same stone seen on the living room fireplace. Kitchen island is painted in a distressed blue paint color: Newburyport Blue by Benjamin Moore.
Cabin style living room: The stone fireplace with a reclaimed wood mantel lends rustic texture to the room. Tufted sofas (covered in neutral Crypton fabric) encourage a kick-back-with-a-book sort of afternoon, and a soft wool rug welcomes bare feet.
Dining room features a 9-footer table from Restoration Hardware that’s comfortably surrounded by six chairs and a long bench.
Seen in many a log cabin, the old-fashioned binding technique adds a humble, early-American charm to the entry.
The cocoon-like guest bathroom—with navy walls (Newburyport Blue; Benjamin Moore), painted vanity, and nautical sconces—recalls the lake surroundings. Vertical stripes on the shades (pindler.com) offset the horizontal paneling.