This modern log cabin features a kitchen with stainless steels appliances and floor to ceiling cabinetry for maximum storage. The durable, low maintenance, and gorgeous countertop provides plenty of spaces for food prep and a bottle of wine (or two). My personal favourite is the pendant over the island. It's light, airy, beautiful to look at, and acts as a wind charm!
I love the color palette Karen picked for the exterior of her cottage: a combination of greys, white and a punch of red. What a stylish and classy welcome when guests arrive by boats!
Here are three clips of Karen's cottage reno for Cityline. Enjoy!
Trying hard not to look like a "tourist", I put my camera away quickly. This couch house is beautiful and I've found a couple of images (via Sealy Design) to share with you. Such an inspiring place to work ... no wonder Karen's projects are always spectacular!
Still didn't get enough of Karen's design studio, I went for more digging and found this fun clip from youtube by RTR Media Inc.
I haven't told you yet why I was at Karen's studio and don't I have something exciting for you: I was there to pick up 5 fabulous giveaway packages Karen put together for 5 lucky viewers!
What is in these Summer-inspired blue felt totes you wonder? Karen has thoughtfully selected all the goodies that are essential for your cottage needs including: aromatic tea light candles and A glass holder filled with delicate white shells. Perfect for relaxation and ambience.
Dig It, a green and environmentally sustainable company in Canada, has also provided superior UV protection sunglasses and dirt and moisture resistant gloves for all your gardening and DIY protections. To make sure you're shielded from bug bites, Dig it also included these bug repellent patches.
Now for your chance to win one of the five gift bags generously sponsored by Karen and Dig It, drop me a comment of your #1 tip from Karen in her first season of Summer Home. You can read about my favourites here and here. These are tips from Karen:
Next time when you drive around town and see one of these signs, you may want to ask the owners if they would let you check out Karen's handy work. They may just welcome you in if you walk up with a Sealy Slammer (image via eatliveshop).