Located in The Reserve at Lake Keowee in upstate South Carolina, this lake house with stone exterior is beyond words! I honestly feel very proud to be sharing it with you today.
This vacation lake house was designed by Timothy S. Adams TS Adams Studio (Noah Speights was the project manager) and the impeccable interiors are by Barbara Westbrook of Westbrook Interiors. It took many years (eight, to be precise) for the homeowners to finally have their dream lakehouse, but the right moment certainly arrives to those that persist upon their dream.
What I love most about this home is that nothing is predicable yet everything feels balanced and in harmony. You will notice that most of the furnishings are custom (available through the designer), but I will be sharing similar items to make it more accessible.
I also want to take a minute to thank all of you, my dear readers for sharing the posts with your friends and for pinning the pictures. Thank you for your continuous support. I truly appreciate each and every one of you! 💙
Photography is by Emily Followill.
From the architect: “Essentially, we wanted this home to look like a cottage that stood the test of time, but has been updated with a fresh perspective.”
The exterior features windows with stone lintel and wood corbels.
Stone is Weathered Granite.
An arched breezeway between the garage and mudroom door adds character to this classic rustic lakeside home.
The roof is Slate.
Siding is undressed pine with mitered corners.
Similar Trim & Garage Doors Paint Color: Sherwin Williams Seal Skin SW 7675.
An enchanting arched door opens to an equally enchanting foyer with natural stone flooring and nickel joint walls.
The wall color is Classic Gray Pratt and Lambert. The staircase design was inspired on picket fences.
Flooring: Bluestone Pavers.
Trim paint color throughout the house is Chalk Grey 11-32 Pratt and Lambert. All paint on board walls and trimwork is a Satin finish.
This Great Room is one of the most impressive I have seen in a while. The decor works perfectly with the architectural details. Notice the gorgeous stone fireplace and the ceiling featuring scissor Timber trusses. Ceiling also features dormers on both sides.
The fireplace design was inspired by an image the architect saw many years back in an old Arts and Crafts book. Notice the two timbers projecting out of the fireplace where the sconces were hung.
The lanterns on the fireplace are Paul Ferrante from Ainsworth Noah.
The wall color in the Living Room is Classic Gray Pratt and Lambert.
Many of the antiques are from Foxglove, Nicholson Gallery and Provenance or Scott’s Antique Market.
A pair of vintage leather chairs add warmth to the color scheme of this living room.
Floor Lamp: here – similar.
The talented interior designer, Barbara Westbrook, beautifully combined neutral tones to complement the natural surroundings.
Featuring the same shiplap walls, this gorgeous dining room feels casual and elegant at the same time.
Paint color is Classic Gray Pratt and Lambert.
Grain Sifters: Vintage.
This stunning linear chandelier is the Paul Ferrante Double Lantern.
Now, this is a kitchen!!! Pay close attention to the details… Notice the side cabinets framing the kitchen hood area and that stunning – yet neutral – backsplash tile. The kitchen hood is a custom iron hood vent.
Counterstools: custom, available through the designer – similar here.
Kitchen island is Timber framed with shiplap sides and doors in front of the island (under countertop).
Countertops in the kitchen are Marianna Soapstone from Walker Zanger.
Kitchen Island Dimension 8’-0” x 4’-6”
Range: Wolf 48″ – similar here.
Shelves: custom – similar here.
Kitchen Hardware: here – similar.
Kitchen backsplash is a Mosh Tile from Renaissance Tile in Atlanta and is a 2” x 6” – similar here.
Kitchen Cabinet Details: Painted maple wood, Shaker style.
Kitchen Sink: here.
The bar/ pantry cabinet color is Durango 33-24 Pratt and Lambert.
Kitchen Cabinet Paint Color: Classic Gray Pratt and Lambert.
Kitchen & Dining Room Area: 330 sf (21′-9″ x 16′)
What a stunning master bedroom. This room has a private balcony with lake view.
Bedding: here – similar
Rug: here – similar
I have always being a fan of four poster canopy beds and this wrought iron bed is beyond words! The bed is by Kerry Joyce.
The bathroom cabinetry is a custom stain on oak. The vanity is 8′-8″ Wide. The recessed medicine cabinets are custom. The designer combined an interior window with custom medicine cabinets to create this look.
The wall color is Classic Gray by Pratt and Lambert.
Faucets: Waterworks – similar: here.
Light fixtures in the Master Bath are from Radio Guy.
I absolutely love bathrooms with hardwood flooring. Add shiplap and custom drapery and you have a winner!
Stool: here – similar.
The mudroom features a custom wooden door and Bluestone pavers. Notice the White Oak cabinetry on the right.
Cabinet Pulls: Rocky Mountain – similar here.
Flooring is Bluestone.
Rocking Chairs: here – similar.
I love how private and peaceful this home feels.
The master bedroom’s balcony is quite and inviting.
The screened-in porch features a stone fireplace.
I am loving this stone paver stairway with rustic wood railing. This is a great a idea for sloping lots.
Steps are made of natural Weathered Granite.
Look at this view and take a deep breath and let it go. Imagine breathing the fresh air, smelling the earth and hearing the water gently hit the shore…
Project Manager: Noah Speights – TS Adams Studio
Interior Design: Barbara Westbrook
Builder: The Berry Group
Photography: Emily Followill
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