Peter Braithwaite Studio crafts a peaceful retreat for a couple in Seabright, Nova Scotia.
Set along the water’s edge, where a brook meets a small lake, this 1,000-square-foot off-grid cabin is a slice of heaven. Functionally and aesthetically, the cabin’s design embraces its natural surroundings—and its locally sourced hemlock cladding nods to the area’s lumber traditions.
Inside, the cabin is outfitted simply with white-painted drywall, light hardwood floors, black metal window frames, and a wood stove. Sleek furnishings in light wood, gray, and black echo the structure’s architectural details.
The minimalist interior allows Mother Nature to take center stage—floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the main living space frame views of the woods and nearby lake.
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