Located in Lake Keowee, South Carolina, this lake house with transitional interiors uses the natural contours of its site to open three levels of living space to beautiful views of a tranquil lake. Expansive water views are visible from all of the key living spaces.
An inviting foyer with reclaimed tongue and groove oak ceiling and neutral ship lap wall paneling delivers a sense of elegance and airiness. The same graceful feel extends to the transitional kitchen with custom white cabinets and to other more intimate spaces.
The architect Thomas J. Markalunas, from Markalunas Architecture Group, envisioned a family-friendly first floor plan, consisting of living, dining, kitchen and exterior patios to entertain family and friends.
Start the week dreaming with this beautiful home which features inspiring transitional interiors.
Lake House with Transitional Interiors
Perfect symmetry with timeless exterior details, such as stone and shingles.
The stone on the house is known locally as “Hooper’s Creek”, a type of granite.
You’re embraced by beauty and water views the moment you open the front door.
The paint color in the main floor is “Sherwin Williams 7531 Canvas Tan”.
Open and airy, this dining room has incredible lake views and an earth-tone color palette.
Chandelier (the designer used two in this room) is the “Wallace Chandelier by Aidan Gray”.
Just off the dining room, a transitional custom kitchen welcomes family and friends.
There are so many inspiring ideas in this transitional kitchen, from the zinc hood to the “X” design on both sides of the island. Overall, this kitchen is perfectly balanced.
The hood was made by Heirloom Stair and Iron, they are located in Campobello, SC.
Wood floors are white oak from “Burchette and Burchette” with custom color finish.
The counter surface is Mystic Grey granite, Satin finish.
I love the cabinetry and lighting in this kitchen. A comfy nook is perfect for causal meals.
Dimensions: The distance from the edge of the island to the edge of the window seat is approximately 9′-9″
The wall color is BM HC-95 “Sag Harbor” the cabinet and trim color is SW 7531 “Canvas Tan”.
Surrounded by lake views, this living room feels neutral and serene.
Walls are poplar ship lap wall paneling. Used paint diluted with mineral spirits 50/50.
A traditional staircase feels more casual with paneling and unique ceiling treatment.
Ceiling are covered with reclaimed tongue and groove oak floors.
I love the casual elegance found in this bedroom.
Bed is the “Metropolitan Classics – King Upholstered Panel Bed, from Hickory White”.
Classic bathroom with herringbone flooring and beautiful hand-painted cabinets.
The floors tiles are 8×8 and 8×16.
Cozy bath nook with lake views.
This space is perfect for kids! I love the paint color.
The wall color is “Benjamin Moore Spring Violet”.
Cabinets and trim color is “Sherwin Williams Canvas Tan”.
The boys’ bunk room has an amazing lake view and a fun color palette.
Bunks and paneling are “Sherwin Williams 7658 Gris”.
Drywall is “SW 7531 Canvas Tan”.
What a great place to entertain!
Pool table is the “Brunswick Brixton”.
Dreamy window-seat with storage.
I can’t resist a porch swing! This is just perfect!
Windows are Hurd H3 aluminum clad wood.
Gorgeous backyard with pool and lake views.
The outdoor living room feels uncluttered, beautifully blending with its surroundings.
Patio furniture is from Restoration Hardware.
I like the idea of using an expansive outdoor table that offers plenty of space for everyone in the family.
Imagine being under this shower while looking at that view.
Flooring is Indiana Limestone, full color blend. 18×36 and 18×18 pieces.
A cozy spot to stay away from the sun while feeling the warm breeze.
So many fun stories would be shared around this firepit if I owned this home. Isn’t this beautiful?
Swim until the stars appear…
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It’s wonderful to have you here today! I hope you could relax during the weekend and feel completely ready for this brand new week that’s starting.
As I mentioned before, I am celebrating my birthday today and I spent my Sunday baking my favorite cake with my kids. Even my 2 y/o helped! I literally spent my whole afternoon baking it and I won’t lie, I am exhausted! I can barely feel my legs! LOL
You know… there many things that are going on in my life at this moment. I am trying my best to find peace since my grandmother’s passing and this will be my first birthday without her. I can’t say that it will be easy, but I am surrounding myself with my husband and my kids’ love and I know I will have a good day.
Life is about adjusting yourself with the changes and finding a way to become whole once again.
Today, I embrace the necessary changes for my growth and the growth of my faith. Today, I also embrace gratitude, because for everything we loose, for once was given to us.
Hold on tight everything that matters to your life. Show your gratitude and don’t delay on living.
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Sources: Markalunas Architecture Group.
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