Lake Okanagan, in British Columbia, Canada, is a cool relaxing place great for any vacation, that’s why the Vancouver-based Robert Bailey Interiors designed this Naramata vacation home here. The house was inspired by client sketches and the surrounding geography. The home remained a cabin being humble and unpretentious. The architects used French oak on the ceiling and floors, the pre-distressed, fumed planking provided relaxed yet durable surfaces. The furniture was chosen to achieve a sense of simple luxurious comfort, that feels curated rather and designed. Blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living, the home is relaxing, durable, and rugged, with a defined purpose of summertime pleasure.