The combination between wood and glass home in Canada

The cabin-style residence named Saturna Island Retreat is located on an oceanfront property in British Columbia, Canada. This home is features three bedroom, two bathrooms, and 2,300 square feet of living space. Inside and out, wood and glass combine to create an alluring retreat, one able to frame the surrounded natural landscape. Pops of color add dynamics to the rustic-inspired rooms, while the array of natural materials make for an inviting feel.

From the project developers: “This home has been architecturally designed to take advantage of the full south west sweeping views and Low bank waters edge with private shell beach. Entertain or relax in easy comfort with a contemporary kitchen, featuring quartz stone counters, oak millwork all adjacent to great room with soaring 16 ft fir ceilings. Escape to the masters suite with private entry to deck, full ocean views and immerse yourself in the spa like en suite.”  Outdoor living space was one of the main concerns of the designers: more than 750 square feet of decks and 550 square feet of stone patios make spending time outside an inviting experience.

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