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Warm and cozy lake house in Texas features a modern twist

Perched on the edge of Lake Texoma, Texas, this wonderfully cozy lake house features plenty of design inspiration, courtesy of interiors firm . This was a newly constructed home was developed with a neutral color scheme and brilliant pops of color throughout. Stylish and aesthetically pleasing design details are on display and we are loving each and every space. The designer opted to mix modern and rustic elements together to create an overall warm and cozy vibe… perfect for lake living!

Additional highlights to this home includes: plenty of storage options, functional design features and user friendly finishes. This has enabled the designer to create a captivating, yet durable, design. A layering of textures adds to the cozy warmth of the spaces, while plenty of accessories helps to add character and personalize the living areas.

What We Love: This cozy lake house offers its homeowners droolworthy details throughout its living spaces. The kitchen is fantastic, providing an exquisite color combo and interesting backsplash. Love how the pendants do not block off the design, instead offering visual interest.

Readers, please share with us in the comments below what details in this home you found most inspiring and why? We love reading your back! 

 

Above: The cabinetry is painted in Swiss Coffee OC-45 | Benjamin Moore, with a semi-gloss finish. While the walls are painted in White Down OC-131 | Benjamin Moore, with a flat finish. Designer Tip: This color has a beautiful glow to it, but in some lighting, may appear too creamy.

Above: The beautiful kitchen features a weathered wood island, vent hood and open shelves, infusing plenty of warmth and charm to the otherwise clean-lined space. The pops of color adds visual interest. The style and colors used in this space flows harmoniously throughout the rest of this cozy lake house.

Photos: Michael Hunter Photography

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