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A real cabin by the lake

A real cabin by the lake


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In California, next to Lake Huron, is that Caprice cabin. Its owners, Mjölk, John and Juli Baker, completely renovated its interior and did a good interior design work with wood as the protagonist. The decoration is functional and timeless with a lot of Scandinavian influence and winks in Japanese style (especially when it comes to the relationship with nature).

The white on the walls, floor and ceiling gives a feeling of luminosity and openness. The original stone fireplace remained in the project and has become the centerpiece of the living room, surrounded by pieces discovered in street markets and design classics, such as the AJ Wall Sconces, from Arne Jacobsen to Louis Poulsen; the birch shelves, by Alvar Aalto for Artek; and a lounge chair vintage by Pernilla by Bruno Mathsson.

The kitchen, designed by John Baker and built by Studio Junction, includes custom cabinets and shelves in Carolina pine, a stone sink with a double drying rack, and brass accents.

On the dining room, white hanging lamps. And around the table, blue Danish chairs by Jorgen Baekmark. The table and the bench are from Studioilse for De La Espada. The backrest (maxi) of the bank acts as a dividing element between the kitchen and the living room. Studioilse also signs the headboard in the master bedroom.

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Photos: Juli Daoust Baker

Advertising - Keep reading below Around a stone fireplace

The original stone fireplace remained in the project and has become the centerpiece of the living room, surrounded by pieces discovered in street markets and design classics.

A lounge with different seats

Around the fireplace a varied seating area with different seats such as the AJ Wall Sconces, from Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen and a lounge chair vintage by Pernilla by Bruno Mathsson.

A pair of light shelves by the fireplace

Next to the fireplace, birch shelves, by Alvar Aalto for Artek.

Detail of lounge sofa textiles

Behind the living room is the dining room and kitchen. Here you can see a detail of the textures of the sofa.

Continued spaces

View from the living area with the main sofa towards the kitchen, fully integrated.

With natural light

The room has several windows that flood it with natural light.

A maxi backrest as a dividing element

The table and the bench are from Studioilse for De La Espada. The backrest (maxi) of the bank acts as a dividing element between the kitchen and the living room.

A white background

Floor, walls and ceiling were painted white to reflect the light and create a feeling of openness and continuity between all environments.

Scrubbing zone

The sink is a piece of stone with a drying rack on the wall.

Detail of kitchen furniture in wood View of the dining room towards the front of the sink In L and with table in the center

The work fronts of the kitchen are attached to two L-shaped walls with varied modules and in the center a dining table and office, at the same time.

On the dining table, a pair of white pendant lamps. The blue chair is from Jorgen Baekmark.

A custom kitchen in wood

The kitchen, designed by John Baker and built by Studio Junction, includes custom cabinets and shelves in Carolina pine.

How practical!

Detail of the store wall strip.

The main room

The headboard of the bedroom reminds of the back of the kitchen bench. It is also signed by Studioilse.

A functional solution for storage

On the wall, at medium height, a strip with hooks and hangers.

The facade

This is one of the facades of the cabin.



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