Atlanta Homes mag featured this lake house at Lake Rabun in North Georgia. The owners, Ann & Warner Veal own Traditions in Tile & Stone so they had access to great tiles which is shown throughout. The owners used designer, Jeff Jones and architects Todd Pritchett and Craig Dixon of Pritchett + Dixon. The house sits 30 feet from the lake and every room including the kitchen has a view of the lake.
To provide lots of room for relaxation two separate living areas were created
Various oars are hung over the stone fireplace
Screened in porch brings the outdoors inside
Modern amenities and appliances were added to the kitchen
Red glass tiled back splash in the kitchen provides pop of color
Walk in shower with views of the river stone walls in the background
Pebble fireplace is see through and can be seen in the master suite as well
Green tiles bring the forestry colors from the lake inside
The hallway family photo gallery made of jute strings and clips allows for new additions to be added easily
Suspended fishing nets give the appearance of headboards
The guest bedrooms were designed smaller on purpose so guests could be downstairs spending time. The headboard is made from vintage survey sticks.
The birch bed gives this room a rustic type feel perfect for the lake
Danish chest with Georgia Nagle cow paintings
Rustic entrance with reclaimed floors and sliding barn doors greet guests
Lake House at Lake Rabun. Every room including the kitchen looks out onto the lake.