Lake house

Posted on Fri, 2 Sep 2011 by KiM

The latest issue of Pure Green Magazine, is now available online (and FYI, it’s launching in print in November!!) and the folks at the mag kindly sent over a whole bunch of photos of the gorgeous Muskoka lake house that is featured this month. It’s the former summer home and now permanent residence of retired couple Donna and John Taylor that was built in the 1900’s. Filled with finds from antique markets, it’s got a wonderful casual and nautical vibe that is perfect for the surroundings. {All images copyright Pure Green Magazine; photography: Ever Images Photography}




{Check out a home I blogged that was featured in a previous issue Pure Green Mag here}

Wow. That's an amazing place. I just love the pops of color in each room. The reds & then the blues.

boops says:

It's equally amazing how they integrated the natural environment in terms of color and composition. It's very much "of a place." Thanks for featuring it.

Tanis says:

Does anyone know what the hanging flag second from the left (verticle blue and white stripes, red maple leaf) is for?

Loulou Ste-Adele says:

Love the totem.

Nicole says:

In Love.

Jessica says:

Wow, that bedroom is incredible! I am completely smitten with the dark wood paneling. Also that kitchen is perfection 🙂 Very nice, open and inviting space.

polish chick says:

so matchy-matchy it hurts. no thank you, though i would take the surrounding outdoors.

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