The end result is an L-shaped structure that fits seamlessly between the pine trees and the cliffside, with natural light that pours in through the home’s floor-to-ceiling windows. Inside, the home’s neutral palette—made up of white walls, concrete flooring, and plenty of open space—is warmed up by clever splashes of primary color.
Taking inspiration from the airy home, we sourced key products—or in a few cases, similar finds—from each room so you can bring the look to your own space.
For fans of the modern coffee table featured above, this lookalike from West Elm offers a similar simple, clean aesthetic. The table, finished in a natural oak veneer, comes with the added functionality of a concealed power module that sits below a hinged flap.
In this ultra-modern kitchen, wood elements are added throughout to break up the white, black, and gray aesthetic. Vig barstools from BoConcept sit at the island and the countertops are Caesarstone Ocean Foam.
The master bedroom, which looks out onto cedars and the Canadian cliffside, is kept simple and airy. The room is anchored by the bed’s Marimekko Unlkko textiles, and a lovely abstract painting by Mariana Sola hangs on the wall.
Marimekko’s iconic floral print can be found on clothing, tableware, and of course, bedding, in a variety of colors and sizes. This set, which includes a duvet cover and two standard pillow shams, is available in a dark gray.
Designed by EQ3, this reclaimed teak dresser can live almost anywhere in your home—it’s big enough to store clothes in a bedroom, but at only 19 inches deep it’s also narrow enough to work in entryway or along a living or dining room wall.