When you think about the fact that this lake house was probably built in the 70’s the floor plan is perfect for the way we live today.
The upstairs consists of a large living room, dining room and kitchen, divided only by 2 walls, and a large wall of windows looking out over the lake. Plenty of space for multiple people to all hang out at the same time.
While not a lot of square footage the high, wood beam ceiling and wall of windows looking out over the lake makes the room appear very spacious.
This nook holds beach memorabilia and a game table for additional seating during meals as well as games.
I adore the over sized, striped frames. They measure 24″ square with a 12″ square opening for the photo. On my to-do list.
I’ve never been a huge fan of large expanses of mirror but I have to admit this is the perfect place for one.
Situated between two windows facing the front of the house and opposite the bank of windows looking over the lake, this mirror reflects back the view as well as visually enlarging the living space.
The entry hall. The stairs take you to the bedrooms in the lower level of the house.
And through here you see a glimpse of the kitchen.
Entry hall light fixture. So cute!
And just think, until it’s recent renovation this lake house was more brown than beachy!
I’m all ready for another trip to the lake!
Who wouldn’t be?