Lake Okanagan in British Columbia, Canada is a cool place to relax that is great for any vacation. That’s why Vancouver-based Robert Bailey Interiors designed this Naramata vacation home right here. The house was inspired by customer sketches and the surrounding geography. The house remained a modest and unpretentious hut. The architects used French oak on the ceiling and floor. The prefabricated, smoky floorboards ensured relaxed, yet permanent surfaces. The furniture was chosen to achieve a sense of simple luxury comfort that feels more curated and designed. Blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor, the home is relaxing, durable, and sturdy, with a defined purpose of summer fun.