Offering an upstate New York refuge that is much more than just eye-candy each of the homes is filled with planet-friendly features that make them a great choice for the eco-conscious homeowner. Passive solar design is coupled with smart placement of each home to ensure that the surrounding landscape is impacted in the most minimal way possible.
The coastal escape sits on a thin strip of land on Broad Cove Marsh Road Cape Breton Island Nova Scotia and it is the landscape that defines its form and the materials used. A metallic frame provides the bones for the house with custom millwork creating a warm and cozy interior that seems to visually extend outside.
When it comes to design each cabin seems to reflect a careful composition that contains hints of midcentury Scandinavian and modern styles. Large open living spaces walls of glass and surfaces draped in wood strike that perfect balance between coziness and cheerful modern charm. Large decks and relaxing pool areas complete these picture-perfect New York getaways that allow you to reconnect back with nature!
Wooden slats and boards are used through the house to give each section of the interior a cozy visual even while delineating space in an effective manner. Unlike many other homes where pops of bright color breaks up the monochromatic look wall art and décor inside this Canadian house also embraces the white light gray and woodsy theme!
Lighting plays a major role in elevating the cheerful appeal of the home as one never finds a dull corner here. From the entry to the relaxing bedroom the color palette remains the same and yet each room has its own individual flavor thanks to the discerning décor choices.