Home and Table Magazine Spring2017 - Page 22

ed last spring and summer after the home was bought as a weekend retreat. In its original it- eration, the deck was choked off at certain an- gles and, for all its size, afforded minimal room for lounging. So it was redesigned and grown some. Now, there’s enough room for a grilling station, seating area and hot tub. (It’s a vaca- tion home, after all.) It’s a home that blurs the lines between out- door and indoor living, both in the obvious, aforementioned ways and in subtler varia- tions, like the interior palette that mimics the algae-covered steppingstones that lead down to the lake and a small dock and the massive ceramic slab in the master bathroom’s show- er that looks like it was carved from any one A MINIMALIST KITCHEN DESIGN PROVIDES THE IDEAL BACKDROP FOR CULINARY CREATIONS. 22 homeandtablemagazine.com | SPRING 2017