Contemporary Vacation Home on the Shores of Lake Okanagan

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This two-storey vacation home on the shores of the beautiful Lake Okanagan, Naramata, British Columbia, Canada was designed by the Canadian interior designer Robert Bailey Interiors. Called Naramata Cabin, this impressive residence was inspired by client sketches and the surrounding geography and was designed from the ground up. The result is a modern home that remains true to the idea of “cabin”, being humble and unpretentious.
Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Living Room at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Living Space at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Kitchen Room at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Kitchen and Dining at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Dining Room at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Dining Room at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Living Room at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Living Room at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Spiral Staircase Design at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Beautiful Lighting at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Washtafel at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Bathroom and Shower at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Study Room at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Relaxing Room at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Bathroom at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Bathroom at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Bedroom at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Bedroom at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Bathroom at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors

Bathroom at the Naramata Cabin by Robert Bailey Interiors
project description: Naramata Cabin perched on the shores of beautiful Lake Okanagan, this Naramata vacation home is a family’s “dream-come-true.”

Inspired by client sketches and the surrounding geography, the project was designed from the ground up. The result is a modern home that remains true to the idea of “cabin,” being humble and unpretentious.

We used French oak on the ceiling and floors, the pre-distressed, fumed planking provided relaxed yet durable surfaces. Forgiving, not precious, it is the strongest design material in the home. Our goal for the furnishings was to achieve a sense of simple luxurious comfort, that feels curated rather and designed.

Blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living, the home is relaxing, durable, and rugged, with a defined purpose of summertime pleasure.

Photography by Josh Dunford

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-by Jack

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