For this rustic modern vacation home on the California shores of Lake Tahoe, interior designer
Jeff Andrews blended custom furniture with reclaimed materials and vintage accents for a comfortable yet stylish mountain home. 46
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The entry has subtle gravitas and sets the tone for the entire home with a customized
Michael McEwen light fixture and Shaker-inspired entry bench with storage pegs that was custom designed by Andrews. The Anichini rug and wood ceiling add texture and visual interest around the large front door.
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The dramatic two-story living room looks towards Lake Tahoe and features custom light fixtures by
Michael McEwen and a large custom area rug by Scott Group. Custom mirrors give the illusion of windows on all four sides of the room.
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A vintage chair from Almond Hartzog in San Francisco and a Michael Wilson walnut tripod floor lamp from Twentieth create a comfortable spot next to the two-story fireplace that is made from locally quarried granite. The window drapery is from
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The living room, as seen from the dining room, features custom sectional sofas designed by Andrews for
Mimi London and a pair of Guillerme et Chambron midcentury modern armchairs. The vintage painting over the fireplace mantle was sourced during a shopping trip in Paris.
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The dining room is open to the living area and is centered on three vintage street lamps from Paris. The vintage dining table is from Big Daddy’s Antiques, the side chairs are from
A. Rudin and the head chairs are from Lucca. The main feature wall is covered in reclaimed barn siding in an overscaled chevron pattern.
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In the kitchen a custom statement ceiling fixture by Filament Lighting hangs above an island with stools from Thomas Hayes. The custom cabinets are by R. Landis Interiors, and the room features paint by
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The comfortable kitchen breakfast area has beautiful views to Lake Tahoe. The round dining table is from Gregorius Pineo. The chairs from Caledonia Studio are custom designed and upholstered in fabric from
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The first floor powder room is the only room in the home that is completely wrapped in reclaimed barn siding. The mirrors are by Casamidy, and the faucet is from
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The second story hallway overlooks the living room below and leads to guest suites on one side of the home. The custom iron and wood handrails and railings were designed by Andrews.
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The master bedroom is highlighted by a chandelier from
Jean de Merry, which hangs from the vaulted ceiling. The bed and side tables were custom designed by Andrews. The custom rug is by Scott Group, and the top quilt is from Pat McGann.
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The master bedroom has direct views to the lake. The architectural desk and chair are from To Do Something, and the chair with ottoman is from
A. Rudin. All the lamps in the bedroom are vintage.
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The master bathroom features twin sinks with fixtures from
Waterworks. The three sconces are from Remains LIghting, the mirrors are by Casamidy, and the vanity is custom.
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A vintage light from Paris hangs above the tub in the master bathroom, which is accented by a side table from Formations. The iron and glass shower enclosure was custom designed. The shade fabric is from
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This fun, nature-inspired room is perfect for the family's three active boys. The beds were custom designed by Andrews, and the rope lamps are from Serena & Lily. The ceiling fixtures, bedding and bean bags are from RH.
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The boys’ bathroom features tile from
Waterworks, sink and faucets from Kohler, and a sconce by Urban Archeology. The woodsy wallpaper is from Andrew Martin.
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The second story game room is used year round by all members of the family, and comfort is key. The chairs are from
Mimi London with fabrics by Katie Leede. The light fixtures are custom by Reborn Antiques in Los Angeles.
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This corner of the room is perfect for board and card games. The table and stools are from Big Daddy’s Antiques. The wall is covered in reclaimed barn siding and accented with a collection of vintage brass sculptures.
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This bar detail in the game room includes hardware from Alno, a sink and fixtures from
Waterworks, and backsplash tile from Walker Zanger.
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The cabinet in the downstairs hallway is from Design Mix, and the lamp is from Big Daddy’s Antiques. The vintage framed wall art pieces were found in Paris.
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The mudroom is the perfect location for storing and maintaining the equipment and supplies necessary for all the outdoor activities that the family enjoys year-round. The room features metal wall art from Material Environment, a reclaimed wood bench from R. Landis Interiors, and a vintage French streetlight pendant.
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The home lit at twilight from the dock on Lake Tahoe.